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Sunflower Moth

Sunflower Moth
Homoeosoma electellum (Hulst)
This moth can be very damaging. The adult moth is 0.38 inch long, with 0.75 inch wingspread. Color is buff to gray. The larva has a brown head capsule with alternate dark and light lines running longitudinally, 0.75 inch in length. (Learn more)


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Sunflower Moth Identification (document) File Size: 498 kb

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Comparison of Banded Sunflower Moth (document) File Size: 386 kb

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Comparison of Banded Sunflower Moth


E-823 Banded Sunflower Moth (document) File Size: 646 kb

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E-823 Banded Sunflower Moth


Stages of Sunflower Development  (document) File Size: 645 kb

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