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Camptogramma Stephens, 1831
Camptogramma (Xanthorhoini) ; [FE]

fiCamptogramma bilineatum (Linnaeus, 1758)
Loimumittari Yellow Shell
bilineata (Linnaeus, 1758)
Camptogramma bilineata, Larvae of North-European Lepidoptera [Kimmo Silvonen]
Camptogramma bilineata, Svenska fjärilar [SVF]
Camptogramma bilineata, Moths and Butterflies of Europe [MBE]
Camptogramma bilineata, UK Moths [Ian Kimber]
[bilineatum-1.jpg] 618x432 (~56Kb) Littleborough, England, 02.07.1998, Photo © Ian Kimber [bilineatum-2.jpg] 438x543 (~54Kb) Germany, Baden-Württemberg, Schönenberg, Hinter dem Flecken (8°49'E, 48°57'N, 260m), 02.06.2000, Photo © Karl Hofsäß [bilineatum-3a.jpg] 766x518 (~91Kb) Russia, Moscow area, 15.7.2008, Photo © D. Smirnov
[bilineatum-3b.jpg] 840x400 (~110Kb) Russia, Moscow area, 21.7.2008, Photo © D. Smirnov [bilineatum-3x.jpg] 900x424 (~101Kb) Russia, Moscow area, 16.8.2008, Photo © D. Smirnov [bilineatum.jpg] 308x336 (~19Kb)

Larva on Viola canina, Prunus padus, Galium verum [SPRK]



Camptogramma bistrigata (Treitschke, 1828)
Sardinia. See [About maps]

Camptogramma grisescens (Staudinger, 1892)
SEEU. See [About maps]


17.9.2001 (3)

References:
[About maps]
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[D. Smirnov]
Russia, Moscow; e-mail: D. Smirnov
[FE]
Fauna Europaea; Fauna Europaea
[Ian Kimber]
http://www.ukmoths.force9.co.uk/
[Karl Hofsäß]
Karl Hofsaess; e-mail: Karl Hofsäß
[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/
[SPRK]
Seppänen, E. J, 1970; Suomen suurperhostoukkien ravintokasvit, Animalia Fennica 14
[SVF]
Svenska fjärilar; Naturhistoriska riksmuseet; (Sweden)


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