Noctuidae - Psaphidinae - Grotellini





Grotella vauriae McElvare 1950

Grotella vauriae McElvare, 1950, Bull. Brooklyn Ent. Soc., 45: 117, text figure adult.

Diagnosis: Grotella vauriae is possibly the most easily identified species of the genus. The forewing color is a light fawn brown. The lower two-thirds of the median area is conspicuously darker in color. Wing length: mean = 8.66 mm, standard deviation = 0.44 mm, n = 10.

Distribution: Grotella vauriae is known only from the Big Bend region of southwestern Texas.

Identification Quality: Excellent

Larva: Unknown

Foodplants: Unknown

Grotella vauriae

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