Celery Leaftier (Udea rubigalis)

Celery Leaftier (Udea rubigalis)

Udea rubigalis, the celery leaftier or greenhouse leaftier, is a member of the family Crambidae. It is found in Canada, the US, Central and South America. The species was first described by Achille Guenée in 1854. The larvae feed on beans, beets, celery, and spinach.

FW is variably pale tan to reddish brown with crisp dusky lines. Reniform spot is figure eight-shaped.

Hosts: Low plants and crops, including bean, beet, celery, and spinach.

Note: Common

Celery Leaftier


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