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Moths of the Amazon and Andes
Mossy Prominent
Psilacron luteovirens  FELDER, 1874
Superfamily - NOCTUOIDEA
Family - NOTODONTIDAE
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Psilacron luteovirens, San Pedro, Manu, Peru  Adrian Hoskins
Introduction
The genus Psilacron comprises of 23 species, found variously from Mexico to Peru and Bolivia. The adults of most species have pale greyish forewings, often peppered with brown, and marked with streaks of green.
Psilacron luteovirens is distributed from Costa Rica to Peru.
Habitats
This species inhabits cloudforest at elevations between about 500-2000m..
Lifecycle
To be completed.
Adult behaviour

To be completed.

 

 

 

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