Common Grass-Veneer (Crambus praefectellus)

Common Grass-Veneer (Crambus praefectellus)

Crambus praefectellus, the common grass-veneer or silver-striped webworm, is a moth of the Crambidae family described by Johann Leopold Theodor Friedrich Zincken in 1821. It is found in the United States and southern Canada east of the Rocky Mountains. The wingspan is 18–25 mm.

Shiny brown FW has pointed white streak that sometimes has a tiny spur projecting from inner edge.

Hosts: Grasses and cereal grains.

Note: common

Common Grass-Veneer

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