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Statistics of barcoding coverage: Cilix asiatica

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Cilix asiatica

Cilix asiatica is a moth in the Drepanidae family. It is found in Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria, the Republic of Macedonia, Greece, Crete,[1] the eastern parts of Turkey, Israel and Lebanon.[2] The habitat consists of xerothermic woodland.

Adults are on wing from mid-April to early October. There are two to three generations per year.

The larvae are polyphagous on a variety of Rosaceae species, including Jasminum and Rubus tomentosus, Prunus, Crataegus and Malus species. Larvae can be found from May to the end of October.[3]

Taxonomy[edit]

Cilix depalpata was previously treated as a synonym of Cilix asiatica, but was reinstated as a valid species in 2006.

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