(Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775)
Eupithecia subumbrata, the shaded pug, is a moth of the Geometridae family. It is found from Mongolia and the Altai Mountains through Siberia, central Asia, Asia Minor and Russia to western Europe and from central Scandinavia to the Mediterranean Region.
There is one generation per year with adults on wing from the beginning of May to August.
The larvae feed are polyphagus and feed on various plants, including Galium mollugo, Hypericum perforatum, Pimpinella, Senecio and Solidago species. Larvae can be found from July to September. It overwinters as a pupa.
- Eupithecia subumbrata subumbrata
- Eupithecia subumbrata iliata Schutze, 1956 (Kazakhstan, Kyrghyzstan)
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