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Brithys crini (Fabricius, 1775)

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Filename5-000-000-019-097.jpg
KeywordsBrithys crini, Noctuidae, Lepidoptera, housenka, caterpillar
LocalityItaly, Sicily, Marinella di Selinunte 18.11.2015
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/38128/?s=1
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  • Kew Arches
  • caterpillar
  • = Bombyx crini Fabricius, 1775
  • = Brithys nipponica Matsumura, 1931
  • = Brithys pancratii (Cyrillo, 1787)
  • = Brithys vertenteni Hulstaert, 1924
  • = Phalaena dominica Cramer, 1782


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