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Species Account for Enarmonia formosana

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Enarmonia formosana  (Scopoli, 1763) 49.200
Cherry Bark Tortrix
Lepidoptera: micromoths: Tortricidae

Enarmonia formosana 4 Copyright: Graham Ekins

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Taxonomic group: micro moths (Lepidoptera: micromoths) - County data

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Verification Grade: Adult:
Adult: Distinctive

Records: 242
First Record: 1983
Latest Record: 2023

1992-on hectads: 26
Pre-1992 hectads: 5
Total hectads: 27

Additional Phenology Data


Enarmonia formosana 5
Enarmonia formosana 5
Enarmonia formosana 4
Enarmonia formosana 4
Enarmonia formosana 3
Enarmonia formosana 3
Cherry Bark Moth.
Cherry Bark Moth.
Cherry Bark Moth (Enarmonia formosana)
Cherry Bark Moth (Enarmonia formosana)

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Broad Habitat Data (based on 135 records with habitat information)

Broad subhabitat Data (based on 1 records with subhabitat information)

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Habitat Detail and Method (based on 242 records with habitat detail and method information)

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