Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Eupithecia satyrata

Eupithecia satyrata (Hubner, 1813)

satyr pug

on herbs

parasite

Larvae at the flowers.

host plants

polyphagous

Agrimonia eupatoria; Angelica sylvestris; Arnica montana; Bistorta officinalis; Calluna vulgaris; Campanula persicifolia, rotundifolia; Centaurea nigra nigrescens, scabiosa; Cirsium arvense, eriophorum, palustre; Clinopodium vulgare; Cyanus; Digitalis purpurea; Filipendula ulmaria; Galium boreale, pumilum; Gentiana cruciata; Heracleum sphondylium; Hieracium; Hypericum hirsutum, perforatum; Jacobaea vulgaris; Jasione laevis, montana; Knautia arvensis, dipsacifolia; Lotus corniculatus; Lysimachia vulgaris; Melampyrum nemorosum; Meum athamanticum; Odontites vulgaris; Ononis spinosa; Origanum vulgare; Pastinaca sativa; Pimpinella saxifraga; Plantago lanceolata; Prunella vulgaris; Rumex; Sanguisorba officinalis; Scabiosa columbaria; Scrophularia nodosa; Senecio nemorensis, ovatus; Succisa pratensis; Thymus; Valeriana officinalis.

distribution within Europe

PESI (2021).

egg, larva, pupa

see Lepiforum.

references

Ebert (ed., 2003a), Lepiforum (2021), Van Opstaele (1994a).

Last modified 28.v.2021