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Agrotis ipsilon

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Origin : Italy (Lombardia)

one wing lenght cm 1.7-2.5.
Family: Noctuidae

Agrotis ipsilon, the dark sword-grass, black cutworm, greasy cutworm, or floodplain cutworm, is a small noctuid moth with a cosmopolitan distribution. The moth takes its scientific name from the black marks on the front wings in the shape of the letter "Y" and recalls the Greek letter upsilon. The larvae are known as "worms shearing" because they cut plants and other crops. The larvae are serious agricultural pests and feed on almost all varieties of vegetables and many important cereals.

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