Eupithecia irriguata

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Eupithecia irriguata
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Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Animalia
Clade: Euarthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Geometridae
Genus: Eupithecia
Species: E. irriguata
Binomial name
Eupithecia irriguata
(Hübner, 1813)[1]
Synonyms
  • Geometra irriguata Hubner, 1813
  • Phalaena variegata Haworth, 1809
  • Eupithecia staudingeri Bohatsch, 1893

Eupithecia irriguata, the marbled pug, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species can be found in Europe and North Africa.

The wingspan is 18–20 mm. The moths flies from April to June depending on the location.

The larvae feed on Quercus leaves.

Subspecies[edit]

  • Eupithecia irriguata irriguata
  • Eupithecia irriguata eriguata Staudinger, 1871
  • Eupithecia irriguata kurdica Prout 1938
  • Eupithecia irriguata staudingeri Bohatsch, 1893

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