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PSG 130 Diesbachia hellotis

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PSG Number 130
Species Name Diesbachia hellotis
Author (Describer) Westwood
Year Described 1859
Subfamily Necrosciinae
Locality Sarawak
Culture Status In culture
Reproduction Parth. in culture, Sexual in wild
Wings Can fly or glide
Female Size (mm) 120
Male Size (mm) 90
Foodplants Bramble, Pyracantha, Raspberry, Rose, Hypericum
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