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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
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Prothorax with seta XD2 equidistant from setae SD1 and XD1 (Fig. 95); crochets biordinal (Fig. 96)
.........................................................................................................Hendecasis duplifascialis Hampson


Distribution: southeastern Asia, does not occur in Hawaii

Hosts: 2006: Cestrum sp., Dianthus sp., Gardenia sp., Gardenia jasminoides, Jasminum sambac, Murraya paniculata, Musa sp., Orchidaceae, Plumeria rubra, Polianthes tuberosa, Rosa sp.

pre-1998: jasmine
Prothorax with seta XD2 closer to seta SD1 than to seta XD1 (Fig. 97); crochets triordinal (Fig. 98)
.....................................................................................................................Duponchelia fovealis Zeller


Distribution: Europe, Middle East, Africa

Hosts: 2006: Annona sp., Amaranthus sp., Anemone sp., Anthurium sp., Begonia sp., Beta vulgaris, Capsicum sp., Capsicum annuum, Limonium sp., Mentha sp., Ocimum basilicum, Origanum majorana, Paeonia sp., Sarracenia sp., Solanum lycopersicum, Tanacetum sp.

Note: SV1 pinaclum elongate on all thoracic segments, darkly sclerotized pinacullum 3X as long as wide poserior to the seta. Commonly inercepted on peppers from the Netherlands, but has been found in a wide variety of hosts including cut flowers
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Last Modified: 3/25/2011
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