Thyas juno

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Thyas juno
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T. juno
Binomial name
Thyas juno
(Dalman, 1823)
Synonyms
  • Noctua junoDalman, 1823
  • Ophideres elegansHoeven, 1840
  • Lagoptera multicolor, 1852
  • Thyas bellaBremer & Grey, 1853
  • Dermaleipa juno ceramensisProut, 1922
  • Dermaleipa juno f. renalisBryk, 1948

Thyas juno is a species of moth of the family Erebidae first described by Johan Wilhelm Dalman in 1823. It is found in the Indian subregion, China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Borneo, Java, Sulawesi and on the southern Moluccas.

The larvae feed on Castanea , Quercus , Juglans and Pterocarya species.

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