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Setaceous - Hebrew Character - Xestia c-nigrum

Observed: 13th June 2013 By: MickETalbotMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in Invertebrates
Setaceous Hebrew Character - Xestia c-nigrum 2
Setaceous Hebrew Character - Xestia c-nigrum
Description:

Attracted to light illuminated sheet.

Identifications
Species interactions

Species with which Setaceous Hebrew Character (Xestia c-nigrum) interacts

Comments

Jonathan's picture

Can you tell us a bit more

Can you tell us a bit more about these interactions, please? For example, was it a caterpillar eating the chickweed?

Jonathan
University of Edinburgh and Biodiversity Observatory (OU)

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Apologies!!!

moremoth's picture

Association

What was the nature of the association you observed?

Bill

Bill Welch

Jonathan's picture

GRoundsel is a foodplant (see

GRoundsel is a foodplant (see the interactions carousel) so the moth might have been ovipositing on it. It seems to eat a lot of other species too.

Jonathan
University of Edinburgh and Biodiversity Observatory (OU)

MickETalbot's picture

?????

I think I have misunderstood Ispots interactions options. My listings in this topic are as stated, associations, not necessarily observations. If deemed inappropriate I will remove all.

Jonathan's picture

No, don't remove them. I

No, don't remove them. I assume by an association that you mean that you saw the moth resting or visiting these plants. Is that right? My question about oviposition was just speculation, nothing more.

Jonathan
University of Edinburgh and Biodiversity Observatory (OU)