Artemisia vulgaris, Nieuwendam
“head” and rear end
mandibles (2-toothed, alternating); anal papillae
front and rear spiraculum
strong magnification of one of the many globular sensillae (campodeiform sensillae) that are scattered over the
The yellowish larva is described by de Meijere (1925a) and Sasakawa
(1961a). A striking character is that the flaps that normally occur at either side of the anus are strongly enlarged, point somewhat outwards, and have their tip armed with strong spines. The cephalic skeleton has a remarkable window – perhaps a generic character.