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Noctuidae

2109 Lesser Yellow Underwing, Noctua comes Hübner, 1813

Status and ecology:

A resident species reinforced by episodic immigration. Fairly common to common in almost every habitat and sometimes very common along the coast when migrating. Generally distributed. Single brooded, flying most numerously from July to mid October but found from early May to December. Larvae feed on dock, primrose, nettle, honeysuckle, willowherb and garden arum. (Pratt, 2011)

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Lindfield, 28 vii 2009 Photo: Bob Foreman

Noctua comes Hübner, 1813

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Distribution map for Noctua comes

(Distribution at 1km scale)

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Phenology chart for Noctua comes

Phenology: Adult | Larva

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