Thymelicus sylvatica

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Thymelicus sylvatica
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Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Hesperiidae
Genus: Thymelicus
T. sylvatica
Binomial name
Thymelicus sylvatica
(Bremer , 1861) [1]
  • Pamphila sylvaticaBremer, 1861
  • Adopaea astigmataLeech, 1894
  • Adopaea occidentalisLeech, 1894
  • Adopaea teneprosaLeech, 1894

Thymelicus sylvatica is an eastern Palearctic butterfly in the Hesperiidae (Hesperiinae). The species can be found in Amur, Ussuri, southwest China, Korea, and Japan.

The larva feeds on Calamagrostis , Bromus , Agropyron , Brachypodium , Carex .


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