arctiid


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arctiid

(ˈɑːktɪɪd)
n
(Zoology) any moth of the family Arctiidae, which includes the footman, ermine, and tiger moths
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Noun1.arctiid - stout-bodied broad-winged moth with conspicuously striped or spotted wings; larvae are hairy caterpillars
moth - typically crepuscular or nocturnal insect having a stout body and feathery or hairlike antennae
tiger moth - medium-sized moth with long richly colored and intricately patterned wings; larvae are called woolly bears
Callimorpha jacobeae, cinnabar moth, cinnabar - large red-and-black European moth; larvae feed on leaves of ragwort; introduced into United States to control ragwort
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There were also some other insect pests which were sporadically found on the jujube trees are Dusky cotton bug, Grasshopper, Jujube Butterfly and Arctiid Moth (Table 2).
Effects of temperature, photoperiod, and light intensity on the calling rhythm in arctiid moths.
Precopulatory assessment of male quality in an arctiid moth (Utetheisa ornatrix): hydroxydanaidal is the only criterion of choice.
and acridid Chrotogonus trachypterus (Blanchard) and an arctiid Spilosoma obliqua (Walker) as pests of minor importance on chickpea in India and Pakistan was reported by (Lal et al.
Are insect-synthesized retronecine esters (creatonotines) the precursors of the male courtship pheromone in the Arctiid moth Estigmene acrea?
Arctiid moths (Lepidoptera: Erebidae: Arctiinae) of the Serrano Forest, Cordoba, Argentina
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In contrast, pupae of the papilionid butterfly Papilio machaon (Takehara and Asahina, 1960; Shimada, 1988) and caterpillars of the arctiid moths Cisseps fulvicollis (Fields and McNeil, 1986) and Ctenucha virginica (Fields and McNeil, 1988), the lymantriid moth Gynaephora groenlandica (Kukal et al.
Spermatophore size as a determinant of paternity in an arctiid moth (Utetheisa ornatrix).
This arctiid species is polyphagous and extremely mobile.
Arctiid, who had cut out much of the running, kept on well in the closing stages to finish two and a half lengths away in third.