Euproctis chrysorrhoea

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Mariposa lagarta cola parda
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Mariposa lagarta cola parda
Reino: Animalia
Filo: Arthropoda
Clase: Insecta
Orden: Lepidoptera
Familia: Lymantriidae
Género: Euproctis
Especie: E. chrysorrhoea
(Linnaeus, 1758)
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La mariposa lagarta cola parda (Euproctis chrysorrhoea) es una polilla de la familia Lymantriidae. Se encuentra en Europa. En América del Norte solo se encuentra en la costa de Maine y Cape Cod donde esta considerada una especie invasora que llegó a Estados Unidos en 1890 en plantas provenientes de Europa.

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