Udea profundalis

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Udea profundalis
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Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Crambidae
Genus: Udea
Species:
U. profundalis
Binomial name
Udea profundalis
(Packard, 1873)
Synonyms
  • Botis profundalisPackard, 1873

Udea profundalis is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Packard in 1873. [1] It is found in North America, where it has been recorded from British Columbia, through Washington, Oregon and Nevada to California and Texas. [2] Records east of the Rocky Mountains, refer to Udea rubigalis . [3]

The length of the forewings is 8.5–12 mm. [4] Adults are deep ochreous-brown, the inner line on the forewings angulated outwards broadly on the median vein and inwards on the submedian. There is a large, round discal dot and a bell-shaped, reniform spot. The outer line is dark. [5] The hindwings are primarily white

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References

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