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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

KEY TO SELECTED PYRALOIDEA (LEPIDOPTERA)
LARVAE INTERCEPTED AT U. S. PORTS OF ENTRY
Couplet 39
Head blackish or brownish with whitish areas along adfrontal sutures extending to vertex, seta O3 anterior to a line joining setae L1 and O2 (Fig. 80)
...............................................................................................Glaphyriinae, Hellula rogatalis (Hulst)


Distribution: Western Hemisphere; does not occur in Hawaii

Hosts: 2006: Brassica sp., Brassica chinensis, Brassica oleracea, Brassica rapa

pre-1998: mustard, radish, other Brassicaceae

Note: should be reported as “probably H. undalis (F.)” if the origin is the Old World; see Munroe 1972; Allyson 1981a
Head pale, mottled, area along adfrontal sutures pale but not white, seta O3 posterior to a line joining setae L1 and O2 (Fig. 81)................................................Glaphyriinae, Hellula phidilealis (Walker)

Distribution: Western Hemisphere; adventive in Hawaii

Hosts: 2006: Brassica sp., Brassica oleracea, Brassica pekinensis, Brassica rapa, Raphanus sativus, Spinacia oleracea

pre-1998: white chard, and other Brassicaceae

Note: see Munroe 1972
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