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Egybolis vaillantina Unreviewed
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The African Peach Moth (Egybolis vaillantina) is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in the Afrotropic ecozone.
The wingspan is about 60 mm. The moths are day-active.
The larvae feed on peach and Sapindus species.
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Katja Schulz selected "Egybolis vaillantina" to show in Overview on "Egybolis vaillantina Stoll 1790".
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