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Statistics of barcoding coverage: Condica viscosa

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Condica viscosa

Condica viscosa is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It was described by Freyer in 1831. It is found from southern Europe[1] and North Africa[2] to Arabia and the southern parts of Western Asia (including Asia Minor, Israel and Iran). The habitat consists of lowland areas near the coast, including dry slopes, road side verges, dry river beds or fallow land.[3]

The wingspan is 25–29 mm. Adults are on wing from May to June and in October.[4]

The larvae feed on Inula viscosa,[5] Pluchea discoroides and Pulicaria glutinosa.[6]


  • Condica viscosa viscosa
  • Condica viscosa meridiana Hacker & Saldaitis, 2010 (Yemen)
  • Condica viscosa persicola Wiltshire, 1952


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