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Definition of the noun Agrotis ipsilon
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Agrotis ipsilon is a species of Agrotis, described by Hufnagel in 1766.
- synonyms: species Agrotis ipsilon / Bombyx spinula / species Bombyx spinula / Noctua aneituma / species Noctua aneituma / Noctua suffusa / species Noctua suffusa / Phalaena idonea / species Phalaena idonea / Phalaena ipsilon / species Phalaena ipsilon / Phalaena spiniferus / species Phalaena spiniferus / Phalaena spinula / species Phalaena spinula
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Lepidoptera
- family: Noctuidae
- genus: Agrotis
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Agrotis ipsilon is a kind of Agrotis, described by Hufnagel in 1766.
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A Dictionary of Entomology (2011)
BLACK CUTWORM Agrotis ipsilon ( Hufnagel) [Lepidoptera: Noctuidae]: A sporadic pest of cotton and several Species of vegetable plants throughout world. BCW larva consumes leaves, cuts leaves from ...
by David Pimentel, Ph.D.
black cutworm, Agrotis ipsilon, with Vairimorpha nectarix(lQ, 1 1); mormon crickett, Anabrus simplex, with N. locustae (12); and stored-product ...
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- Agrotis ipsilon
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-  Dark Sword-grass (Agrotis ipsilon)
Photo credit: Bennyboymothman
- Dark Sword-grass. Agrotis ipsilon
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- Dark Sword Grass Moth (Agrotis ipsilon)
Bhubesi Camp, Hlane Royal National Park, SWAZILAND
Photo credit: berniedup
- Dark Sword-grass (Agrotis ipsilon)
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- Ipsilon Dart Moth (Noctuidae: Agrotis ipsilon) Dorsal View
Photographed at the Turtle River State Park, North Dakota (08 October 2011).
- Cutworms. Oruga cortadora (Agrotis ipsilon)
- Ipsilon Dart Moth (Noctuidae: Agrotis ipsilon) Dorsal view
- Instinctive Behaviors of a black cutworm (Agrotis ipsilon)
Under a rock in Southeast Kearney - May 3rd.
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