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Banded Sunflower Moth
Banded Sunflower Moth
Cochylis hospes (Walsingham) The adult has a dark band across the buff or yellowish-tan forewings. The wingspan is about 0.5 inch. Early instar larvae are off-white; late instar larvae are pinkish to red with a brown head capsule. Larvae will be about 0.44 inch at maturity. (Learn more)


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