([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775)
The Rush veneer (Nomophila noctuella) is a moth of the family crambidae. The wingspan is 26-32 mm. This moth has distribution almost cosmopolitan, in Europe It has character migrant, and It travels from southern Europe and North Africa to Northern Europe. It mainly frequents coastal areas even though it is not difficult to meet in the hinterland. It prefers grassland habitats where there are plants suckler larvae. When at rest, this moth has a long and narrow form, distinctiveness, which makes it easily recognizable. The moth flies from May to September depending on the latitude. The wings of brown color have a considerable variability in the intensity and, sometimes, the circular spots darker in the regions discal and postdiscali, are not visible. Host plants: Clover, Alfalfa, Polygonum, Wheat and Blueberry.
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