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Blasticorhinus rivulosa

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Insecta
Family  Noctuidae
Rank  Species
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Lepidoptera
Genus  Blasticorhinus
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Similar  Buzara onelia, Bastilla fulvotaenia, Ericeia inangulata, Chalciope mygdon, Anticarsia irrorata

Blasticorhinus rivulosa is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in Japan, Taiwan, India and Sri Lanka.

Description

Wingspan is about 32mm. Hind wings of male with normal neuration. A large vesicular fold found on base of inner margin with a tuft of long hair attached to it. The apex of the vesicular fold truncate. Female has reddish grey-brown body. Fore wings with antemedial sinuous line. A dark spot on discocellulars and specks found at origin of vein 2. There is an irregularly waved postmedial line. A waved sub-marginal line foun with fuscous brown area beyond it. A curved fulvous and ochreous line runs from apex to vein 3. Hind wings with sinuous medial line and lunulate postmedial, sub-marginal lines. Outer area fuscous brown. Both wings with fine marginal ochreous line.

References

Blasticorhinus rivulosa Wikipedia


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