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Endromis Ochsenheimer, 1810

fiEndromis versicolora (Linnaeus, 1758)
EU, Russia, Siberia, Amur, Caucasus, Armenia. See [About maps] Kirjokehrääjä Kentish Glory Birkenspinner Scheckflügel Skäckspinnare Kasekirilane Bombyx Versicolore Bombyx du Bouleau Falsa Esfinge tarkaszövö
f. lapponica Bau, 1877
f. meridionalis Rougeot, 1971
f. subpyrinaea Bustillo, Aizpurua & Rubio, 1974
Endromis versicolora, Larvae of North-European Lepidoptera [Kimmo Silvonen]
Endromis versicolora, Svenska fjärilar [SVF]
Endromis versicolora, Norges Sommerfugler [NORLEP]
Endromis versicolora, Moths and Butterflies of Europe [MBE]
Endromis versicolora, UK Moths [Ian Kimber]
[versicolora-1l.jpg] 598x400 (~31Kb) larva Central Europe 1990-2000, Photo © Michael Borsch [versicolora-1m.jpg] 400x600 (~53Kb) male Central Europe 1990-2000, Photo © Michael Borsch [versicolora-2m.jpg] 750x593 (~105Kb) male Russia: Moscow area, Dmitrovskiy distr., 25.6.2003, Makarenko leg., Photo © D. Smirnov
[versicolora.jpg] 911x863 (~106Kb)

Larva on Betula, B. verrucosa, B. pubescens, Alnus glutinosa, A. incana, Tilia cordata [SPRK]



19.2.2000 (1)

References:
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[D. Smirnov]
Russia, Moscow; e-mail: D. Smirnov
[Ian Kimber]
http://www.ukmoths.force9.co.uk/
[Kimmo Silvonen]
Espoo, Finland; Kimmo's Lep Site
[MBE]
Moths and Butteflies of Europe; Paolo Mazzei, Diego Reggianti and Ilaria Pimpinelli; http://www.leps.it/
[Michael Borsch]
Geesthacht, Germany; contact through; e-mail: Francisco Welter-Schultes
[NORLEP]
Norges Sommerfugler
[SPRK]
Seppänen, E. J, 1970; Suomen suurperhostoukkien ravintokasvit, Animalia Fennica 14
[SVF]
Svenska fjärilar; Naturhistoriska riksmuseet; (Sweden)


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