Agrotis herzogi Rebel, 1911

Agrotis herzogi: Adult (La Gomera, December 2009) [M] Agrotis herzogi: Adult (La Gomera, December 2009) [M]

Host plants:
The caterpillars live polyphagous on the ground on plant parts.

Agrotis herzogi colonizes xerothermic rocky slopes and other dry places with open ground areas.

Life cycle:
Agrotis herzogi can be found year-round as a moth. It is most common from autumn to spring.

Agrotis herzogi is widespread particularly in north Africa and xerothermic areas of central and southern Asia. It also occurs in the Canary Islands (Spain). I found the moths in La Gomera in December.

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