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Ectoedemia turbidella

Synonyms: Dechtiria turbidella; Ectoedemia populialbae; Ectoedemia similigena; Nepticula argyropeza var. turbidella; Nepticula populi-albae; Stigmella marionella; Stigmella populialbae; Stigmella turbidella; Trifurcula turbidella

Wikipedia Abstract

Ectoedemia similigena is a moth of the Nepticulidae family. It is only known from its type locality, Jalta botanical garden, on the Crimea (Ukraine). The species has not been found again, and it is possible that it is actually a species from somewhere in Central or Eastern Asia, introduced with plants. Adults are on in May. The hostplant is unknown, but it is probably a Populus species. \n* Male genitalia \n* Female genitalia
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Prey / Diet

Populus canescens (gray poplar)[1]
Populus nigra (Lombardy poplar)[1]



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