Ipsilon Dart (Agrotis ipsilon)

Ipsilon Dart (Agrotis ipsilon)

Agrotis ipsilon, the dark sword-grass, black cutworm, greasy cutworm, or floodplain cutworm is a small noctuid moth found worldwide. The moth gets its scientific name from black markings on its forewings shaped like a letter “Y” and resembles the Greek letter upsilon.

Brownish FW has variable gray shading along costa and median area. Hollow claviform spot and teardrop-shaped orbicular spot are finely outlined black.

Hosts: Low plants crops, including bean, corn, potato, and tobacco.

Note: common

Ipsilon Dart


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