Mythimna congrua is a moth of the Noctuidae family with wingspan of 31-36 mm.
It is widespread in southern Europe, Italy is also present in the islands
The front wings are pale yellow, with light / dark veins spread across the wings.
A particular vein is more apparent and dividing in the median area, it widenes creating a whitish point.
The back wing is grayish with veins, and darker dusting dark gray.
He has two or three generations between May and September, heats up at the larva stage.
It frequents damp environments such as floodplain, irrigation channels and marshes.
The caterpillar, of the same color as the adult, has a series of white and ocher longitudinal lines, as well as a series of small brown / black spots throughout the body.
Nutritional plants are the Poaceae (grass).