Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Lily Borer, Crinum borer, or Kew Arches (Brithys crini) is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in the coastal areas of the Mediterranean, south to South Africa. Furthermore, it is found in Japan and the Northern Territory and Queensland in Australia. The wingspan of the moth is about 40 mm. Its thorax and fore-wings are very dark brown, but paler toward the wingtips. The hind wings are practically white. The ends of the legs bear black and white stripes. In Europe the adults are on the wing in July. There are several generations per year, though development slows down in cooler seasons, when the larvae sometimes overwinter by boring into the bulbs of the host plants.
UitgeverDelmar Thomas C. Stawart
Moth, Noctuidae, Europe, Norway
Delmar Thomas C. Stawart
Bezorgdatum:tussen maandag, 5. oktober en woensdag, 7. oktober