Euproctis chrysorrhoea

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Mariposa lagarta cola parda
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Mariposa lagarta cola parda
Taxonomía
Reino: Animalia
Filo: Arthropoda
Clase: Insecta
Orden: Lepidoptera
Familia: Erebidae
Género: Euproctis
Especie: E. chrysorrhoea
(Linnaeus, 1758)

La mariposa lagarta cola parda (Euproctis chrysorrhoea) es una polilla de la familia Erebidae. Se encuentra en Europa. En América del Norte solo se encuentra en la costa de Maine y Cape Cod donde está considerada una especie invasora que llegó a Estados Unidos en 1890 en plantas provenientes de Europa.

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