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Treble Lines  Charanyca trigrammica Length 18-20mm. An accurately, if unimaginatively, named moth that rests with its wings held flat. Adult has forewings that range from pale buff to rich brown wings; all colour forms show three darker cross lines. Flies May-July. Larva feeds on the basal stems of herbaceous plants. Locally common only in southern and central Britain.
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Treble Lines Charanyca trigrammica Length 18-20mm. An accurately, if unimaginatively, named moth that rests with its wings held flat. Adult has forewings that range from pale buff to rich brown wings; all colour forms show three darker cross lines. Flies May-July. Larva feeds on the basal stems of herbaceous plants. Locally common only in southern and central Britain.

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Date: 23 Aug 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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