Nola pumila

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Nola pumila
Donda eurychlora ? (Noctuidae Catocalinae) and Nola pumila (Nolidae Nolinae).jpg
Donda eurychlora (top) and Nola pumila (bottom)
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Clade: Euarthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Superfamily: Noctuoidea
Family: Nolidae
Genus: Nola
Species: N. pumila
Binomial name
Nola pumila
Snellen, 1875
  • Nola spreta Butler, 1880
  • Sorocostia tetrophthalma Meyrick, 1889
  • Nola minuta Hampson, 1891
  • Nola hampsoni Kirby, 1892
  • Celama pumila

Nola pumila is a moth of the family Nolidae. It is found in the Indo-Australian tropics, including China (Shanghai), Formosa, Sikkim, Assam, India, Burma, Sulawesi and New Guinea.

The larvae feed on fruits of Shorea species and possibly the flowers of Dryobalanops species, although this might refer to a related species.

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