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Lacanobia oleracea (Bright-line Brown-Eye Moth)

Wikipedia Abstract

The bright-line brown-eye (Lacanobia oleracea) is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is a common species throughout Europe, but is also found in North Africa (Morocco and Algeria), temperate North Asia and Central Asia, Asia Minor, Syria, and Turkestan, northern India, China, Korea and Japan.This species' common name is usefully descriptive: The forewings are dark reddish-brown marked with a prominent light orange-brown stigma and a bright white subterminal line.
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Protected Areas

Name IUCN Category Area acres Location Species Website Climate Land Use
Avon Gorge Woodlands 376 England, United Kingdom
Cardigan Bay/ Bae Ceredigion 236876 Wales, United Kingdom
Coedydd Derw a Safleoedd Ystlumod Meirion/ Meirionnydd Oakwoods and Bat Sites 6953 Wales, United Kingdom
Dee Estuary/ Aber Dyfrdwy 39057 England/Wales, United Kingdom
Epping Forest 3966 England, United Kingdom  
Fenland 1529 England, United Kingdom
Humber Estuary 90582 England, United Kingdom
Moray Firth 373987 Scotland, United Kingdom  
Morecambe Bay 151985 England, United Kingdom
North Norfolk Coast 7926 England, United Kingdom  
North Pennine Moors 254789 England, United Kingdom
North Somerset and Mendip Bats 1387 England, United Kingdom
Pembrokeshire Marine/ Sir Benfro Forol 341177 Wales, United Kingdom  
Rum 26775 Scotland, United Kingdom
Saltfleetby–Theddlethorpe Dunes and Gibraltar Point 2373 England, United Kingdom  
Severn Estuary/ Môr Hafren 182155 England/Wales, United Kingdom
Solent Maritime 27985 England, United Kingdom
South Solway Mosses 4849 England, United Kingdom
The Wash and North Norfolk Coast 266284 England, United Kingdom
Thursley, Ash, Pirbright and Chobham 12696 England, United Kingdom

Ecosystems

Prey / Diet

Arctium lappa (Great Burdock)[1]
Atriplex littoralis (grassleaf orache)[2]
Beta vulgaris (sea beet)[2]
Brassica oleracea (broccoli)[1]
Bryonia alba (white bryony)[2]
Buddleja davidii (orange eye butterflybush)[1]
Calystegia sepium (devil's guts)[2]
Centranthus ruber (red valerian)[1]
Chenopodium album (lambsquarters goosefoot)[2]
Chenopodium vulvaria (stinking goosefoot)[1]
Clematis vitalba (Evergreen clematis)[1]
Conium maculatum (cigue tachetee)[1]
Convolvulus arvensis (perennial morningglory)[1]
Corylus avellana (common filbert)[3]
Cucumis sativus (garden cucumber)[2]
Dasiphora fruticosa (shrubby cinquefoil)[1]
Dianthus caryophyllus (carnation)[2]
Glyceria maxima (reed mannagrass)[1]
Humulus lupulus (common hops)[1]
Impatiens balsamina (spotted snapweed)[2]
Nepeta cataria (field balm)[1]
Polygonum aviculare subsp. aviculare (prostrate knotweed)[1]
Prunella vulgaris (common selfheal)[1]
Pteridium aquilinum (northern bracken fern)[1]
Rumex oblongifolius (bluntleaf dock)[3]
Salix cinerea (large gray willow)[1]
Sinapis arvensis (Charlock)[1]
Solanum lycopersicum (Currant Tomato)[1]
Solanum tuberosum (Irish potato)[4]
Spinacia oleracea (spinach)[4]
Taraxacum campylodes (Dandelion)[3]
Teucrium scorodonia (woodland germander)[1]
Urtica dioica (California nettle)[3]

Prey / Diet Overlap

Competing SpeciesCommon Prey Count
Abrostola triplasia (Dark Spectacle)3
Acanthis flammea (Common Redpoll)4
Acherontia atropos (Death's-head hawk moth)3
Acronicta rumicis (Knot Grass)4
Aglais urticae (Small Tortoiseshell)3
Arctia caja (garden tiger moth)6
Arctia villica (Cream-spot Tiger)3
Autographa gamma (Silver Y Moth)7
Axylia putris (Flame)6
Biston betularia (peppered moth)4
Cacoecimorpha pronubana (Carnation Tortrix)4
Callogaeana festiva3
Caradrina morpheus (Mottled Rustic)6
Carduelis carduelis (European Goldfinch)4
Chloris chloris (European Greenfinch)3
Cnephasia asseclana (Flax Tortrix Moth)4
Cnephasia incertana (Light Grey Tortrix Moth)3
Cnephasia stephensiana (Grey Tortrix Moth)4
Columba oenas (Stock Dove)3
Conistra vaccinii (Chestnut)3
Diachrysia chrysitis (Burnished Brass Moth)3
Discestra trifolii (clover cutworm)4
Emmelina monodactyla (T-Moth)3
Epiphyas postvittana (Light brown apple moth)3
Episyrphus balteatus (Marmelade Fly)5
Eupeodes luniger3
Euplexia lucipara (Small Angle Shades)5
Euxoa tritici3
Gortyna flavago3
Gymnoscelis rufifasciata (Double-striped Pug)4
Hadena rivularis (Campion)3
Heliophobus reticulata (Bordered Gothic)3
Hemithea aestivaria (Common Emerald)3
Hepialus humuli (Ghost Moth)5
Hydraecia micacea (potato stem worm)3
Idaea aversata (Riband Wave Moth)3
Idaea emarginata (Small Scallop)3
Idaea sylvestraria (Dotted Border Wave)3
Lacanobia contigua (Beautiful Brocade)4
Linaria cannabina (Common Linnet)3
Liriomyza strigata3
Lygus rugulipennis3
Mamestra brassicae (Cabbage Moth)7
Melanchra persicariae (Dot Moth)8
Naenia typica (Gothic)4
Noctua comes (Lesser Yellow Underwing)3
Noctua pronuba (Large Yellow Underwing Moth)6
Ochropleura plecta (flame-shouldered dart)3
Odontopera bidentata (Scalloped Hazel)3
Orgyia antiqua (Rusty Tussock Moth)3
Orthosia gothica (Hebrew Character)4
Pandemis heparana (Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix)3
Peridroma saucia (variegated cutworm)5
Philaenus spumarius (meadow froghopper)4
Phlogophora meticulosa (Angle Shades Moth)11
Phragmatobia fuliginosa (ruby tiger moth)3
Pieris brassicae (Large White)3
Pieris napi (Green-veined White Butterfly)4
Pieris rapae (imported cabbageworm)4
Plusia festucae (Gold Spot)5
Polia bombycina (Pale Shining Brown)5
Polia nebulosa (Grey Arches)3
Polygonia c-album (Comma Butterfly)3
Polymixis flavicincta (Large Ranunculus)3
Rhingia campestris3
Rhyacia simulans (Dotted Rustic)3
Scopula emutaria4
Scopula floslactata (Cream Wave Moth)3
Scopula rubiginata (Tawny Wave)3
Sitochroa verticalis3
Spilosoma lubricipeda (White Ermine Moth)6
Standfussiana lucernea (Northern Rustic)4
Streptopelia turtur (European Turtle-Dove)3
Thrips vulgatissimus3
Trachea atriplicis (Orache Moth)3
Trichoplusia ni (cabbage looper)3
Vanessa atalanta (red admiral)3
Xanthorhoe ferrugata (red twin spot)3
Xestia rhomboidea (Square-spotted Clay)3
Xylena exsoleta (Sword-grass)3

Predators

Exetastes fornicator[3]
Exetastes illusor[3]

Consumers

Parasitized by 
Exetastes fornicator[3]
Exetastes illusor[3]

Distribution

Photos

Citations

Attributes / relations provided by 1Biological Records Centre Database of Insects and their Food Plants 2HOSTS - a Database of the World's Lepidopteran Hostplants Gaden S. Robinson, Phillip R. Ackery, Ian J. Kitching, George W. Beccaloni AND Luis M. Hernández 3Ecology of Commanster 4Jorrit H. Poelen, James D. Simons and Chris J. Mungall. (2014). Global Biotic Interactions: An open infrastructure to share and analyze species-interaction datasets. Ecological Informatics.
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