Noctua pronuba in Canada
Martin John Ellis
mjellis at netcomuk.co.uk
Mon Jan 18 05:27:22 EST 1999
In article <369FC881.3E58DA8D at globetrotter.net>,
Yan Boulanger <yanb at globetrotter.net> asked:
>Considering the large number of species of host plant that moth has, I think
>it can spread further north than that. If possible, I would like to know
>how far north it is in Europe.
Fibiger's Noctuidae Europaeae Vol. 2 mentions that N. pronuba is "often reported as a migrant"
and the distribution map shows the insect as far north as the North Cape of Norway
(approaching 70 deg N).
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