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Pyrrhia exprimens

Purple-lined yellow is a butterfly of the family scoops. In North America it occurs from Newfoundland and Labrador West on southern Canada to the southern part of Vancouver island, South to Texas, Arizona and California. Outside of North America ...

Pyrrhia purpurina

Pyrrhia purpurina is a butterfly of the family scoops. He meets with the warm areas of Eastern Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and further to the countries of Eastern Europe, to Ukraine. The wingspan is 27-35 mm. Adults are on wing ...

Pyrrhia treitschkei

Pyrrhia treitschkei is a butterfly of the family scoops. He is in Turkey, the Caucasus, the Balkans, Iran and the Levant (recorded only from Lebanon and Israel. Adults are on wing from may to June. There is one generation per year. The larvae fee ...

Rhegmatophila alpina

Rhegmatophila Alpina is a moth of the family Notodontidae. It is found in the Southern Alps, the Balkans and Spain. The wingspan is 17-18 mm. the Moth flies from may to August in two generations depending on location. The larvae feed on poplar an ...

Rheumaptera subhastata

Rheumaptera subhastata, white-banded black moth, a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found in Palearctic and Nearctic Australasia ecozones, where it is widely distributed in Western North America. Wingspan is 26 to 31 mm. Adults are on wing f ...

Rhigognostis annulatella

Rhigognostis annulatella is a moth of the Plutellidae family. It is found in most parts of Europe. The wingspan is about 18 mm. Adults are on wing from July, and overwinter in this stage is occurring on the wing until April. The larvae feed on Co ...

Rhigognostis incarnatella

Rhigognostis incarnatella, tape, soil, is a moth of the Plutellidae family. It was described by Wilhelm Steudel in 1873. It is found in most parts of Europe. The wingspan is 17-21 mm. Adults are on wing from September to April in one generation p ...

Rhithrogena germanica

Rhithrogena germanica is a European species of mayfly, and is "perhaps the most famous of all British mayflies", because of its use in fly fishing. Known in the British Isles as a March brown mayfly, whose name is used in the USA for different sp ...

Rhodophaea formosa

Rhodophaea Formosa moth of the family Pyralidae. It is found in most parts of Europe. The wingspan is 20-23 mm 0.79–0.91 V. the Moth flies in one generation from July to August. The larvae feed on elm.

Rhodostrophia calabra

Rhodostrophia calabra is a butterfly of the family Geometridae first described by Vincenzo Petagna in 1786. It is found from the Iberian Peninsula, and small isolated populations in Morocco, in the South of France, Western and Southern Alps, Ital ...

Rhyacia arenacea

Rhyacia arenacea is a butterfly of the family scoops. It is widely distributed in steppe and semi-desert zone of the Central Palaearctic ecozone. Adults are on wing from may to October. There is one generation per year. The larvae probably feed o ...

Rhyacia lucipeta

South suburban moth of the family scoops. It was found in Morocco, Algeria, Pyrenees, the mountains of Central Europe, Italy, Balkans, Turkey, Caucasus, Transcaucasia and Iraq. This is a rare migrant on the South coast of England, where it was re ...

Rhyacionia hafneri

Hafneri Rhyacionia-species of butterfly of the family Tortricidae. Found in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria and Slovenia. The wingspan is 20-22 mm. The larvae feed on Pinus nigra and possibly Scotch pine.

Rivula tanitalis

Tanitalis Rivula-the butterfly of family noctuidae first described by Hans rebel in 1912. It was found in Morocco, Egypt, Algeria, Malta, Crete island, Greece, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Israel. This species is usually found in ...

Roeslerstammia erxlebella

Roeslerstammia erxlebella is a moth of the family Yponomeutidae. It is found throughout Europe, East to Japan. Wingspan is about 13 mm. There are two generations with adults on wing in may and June and again in August and September. The larvae fe ...

Saluria maculivittella

Saluria maculivittella is a species of snout moth. He is in France and on Sardinia, and in Tunisia, Turkey and the Caucasus. The wingspan is about 25 mm.

Saragossa siccanorum

Saragossa siccanorum-species of butterfly of the family scoops. It is located in South-Eastern Europe, Turkey, Lebanon, Israel, Iraq, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, southern Russia, Central Asia, Western Mongolia and Northwest China. Adults are on wing fro ...

Satyrium ilicis

This species is present in southern and Central Europe, in South-Western Siberia, Asia Minor, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Lebanon, and the southern Urals. It inhabits the forests up to 1600 m in height.

Sauterina hofmanniella

Sauterina hofmanniella is a moth of the family Gracillariidae. It is found from Scandinavia to the Pyrenees, Sardinia, Italy and Romania and from France to Central Russia. The larvae feed on Lathyrus Niger. They mine the leaves of their host plan ...

Scarce blue-tailed damselfly

Cineplasty scarce damselfly or small bluetail is a member of the damselfly family Coenagrionidae. The species is found throughout Europe except the North. In the East it occurs from Asia Minor to SiberiaTo the range extends South to Morocco, Azor ...

Schrankia intermedialis

Schrankia intermedialis-species of butterfly of the family Erebidae first described by John. Reed in 1972. He is in Sweden. Michael Fibiger treats this taxon as a hybrid species Schrankia taenialis and Schrankia costaestrigalis.

Schreckensteinia festaliella

Schreckensteinia festaliella in BlackBerry skeletonizer is a moth of the family Schreckensteiniidae. It is native to Eurasia but introduced to North America and now widespread from California and Alberta to at least Quebec and the northeast Unite ...

Scoparia ancipitella

Ancipitella Scoparia is a species of moth in the family Crambidae. It is found in most parts of Europe. It has also been recorded from China. Wingspan 18-21 mm Adults are on wing in July and August. The larvae probably feed on mosses and lichens.

Scoparia basistrigalis

Scoparia basistrigalis in the form of butterflies of the family Crambidae. He was described by Henry guard Knaggs in 1866 and in Europe. The wingspan is 20-23 mm. the Moth flies in July depending on location. The larvae feed on various mosses suc ...

Scoparia conicella

Scoparia conicella is a species of moth in the family Crambidae. It is found in France, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary and Italy. The wingspan is 21-25 mm.

Scoparia ingratella

Ingratella Scoparia is a species of moth in the family Crambidae. It is found in most of Europe, except Ireland, the UK, Benelux, Portugal, Finland, the Baltic States and Ukraine. The wingspan is 20-25 mm. Adults are on wing from may to late July ...

Scoparia manifestella

Manifestella Scoparia is a species of moth in the family Crambidae. It is found in France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany and the Balkan Peninsula. The wingspan is about 23 mm.

Scoparia staudingeralis

Staudingeralis Scoparia is a species of moth in the family Crambidae. It is found on the Iberian Peninsula, Corsica, Sardinia and France, Switzerland and Greece as well as Crete and Cyprus.

Scrobipalpa acuminatella

Scrobipalpa acuminatella is a moth of the family Gelechiidae. It is found in most parts of Europe and Turkey, southern Siberia, Central Asia and China. It was recently reported from Canada, with records from Ontario and Quebec. The wingspan is 10 ...

Scrobipalpa artemisiella

Scrobipalpa artemisiella is a moth of the family Gelechiidae. It is found in most of Europe, Turkey and Syria through the Caucasus and Central Asia in Irkutsk and Mongolia. It has also been recorded in North America, but this record requires conf ...

Scrobipalpa brahmiella

Scrobipalpa brahmiella is a moth of the family Gelechiidae. It is located in Central Europe, from France to Slovakia, and further East to Lower Volga and the southern Urals. The larvae feed on Jurinea cyanoides, Jurinea humilis, Jurinea mollis an ...

Scrobipalpa bryophiloides

Scrobipalpa bryophiloides is a moth of the family Gelechiidae. It is in Eastern Europe, from Finland and Latvia through Ukraine to the Volga region and southern Urals. It is also found from Turkey in the middle East, Central Asia, China and Mongo ...

Scrobipalpa clintoni

Scrobipalpa clintoni, Atlantic stunted plant, a moth of the family Gelechiidae. It is found from North-Western Europe in Latvia, Belarus, European part of Russia and Ukraine. Habitat consists of pebble beaches and sandy beaches. The wingspan is 1 ...

Scrobipalpa costella

Scrobipalpa kostella is a moth of the family Gelechiidae. It is found in Western Europe. The wingspan of 9.5-15.5 mm. the Adults appear in September and overwinter. After overwintering, they are on the wing until June. The larvae feed on Solanum ...

Scrobipalpa ergasima

Scrobipalpa ergasima is a moth of the family Gelechiidae. Edward Meyrick, who first used the scientific name in 1916. It is found in the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands. Outside Europe, it is in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Democratic Republic of th ...

Scrobipalpa halonella

Scrobipalpa halonella is a moth of the family Gelechiidae. Known only from localities in Central Europe and Russia. The wingspan is about 16 mm. The larvae feed on scabious knapweed. They mine the leaves of their host plant. Mine has the form of ...

Scrobipalpa halymella

Scrobipalpa halymella is a moth of the family Gelechiidae. He was described by Milliere in 1864. It is located in the Canary Islands and Malta, but also Portugal, France and Italy. Outside of Europe, is found in Morocco, Tunisia and Israel. The l ...

Scrobipalpa nitentella

Scrobipalpa nitentella, common sea groundling, moths of the family Gelechiidae. It is found in most of Europe, North Africa, Turkey, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia and Siberia. The wingspan is 12-15 mm. Adults are on wing from July to A ...

Scrobipalpa portosanctana

Scrobipalpa portosanctana is a moth of the family Gelechiidae. He was described by Henry Tibbats Stainton in 1859. It is found in Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, and also in Sardinia, Corsica, Sicily, Malta and Madeira. It is also present in North ...

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