Cnephasia pasiuana Hiibner

This often common species is associated with Ranunculus and various kinds of Asteraceae. Although not usually of pest status, larval infestations are sometimes found on sunflower crops in May and June. Adults, that occur in June and July, are similar to those of Cnephasia asseclana (p. 215) but usually distinguished by the less strong and more uniform markings on the forewings and the relatively broad median fascia. Larvae (up to 14 mm long) are mainly yellowish-brown to greenish-grey, with black pinacula, a pale yellowish-brown (black-marked) head, a yellowish-brown (black-speckled) prothoracic plate and a black anal comb.

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