白薯天蛾

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白薯天蛾
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科學分類
界: 動物界 Animalia
門: 節肢動物門 Arthropoda
綱: 昆蟲綱 Insecta
目: 鱗翅目 Lepidoptera
科: 天蛾科 Sphingidae
屬: 蝦殼天蛾屬 Agrius
種: 白薯天蛾 A. convolvuli
二名法
Agrius convolvuli
(Linnaeus, 1758)[1]
異名
  • Sphinx convolvuli Linnaeus, 1758
  • Herse convolvuli
  • Protoparce orientalis Butler, 1876
  • Sphinx abadonna Fabricius, 1798
  • Sphinx distans Butler, 1874
  • Sphinx patatas Ménétriés, 1857
  • Sphinx pseudoconvolvuli Schaufuss, 1870
  • Sphinx roseafasciata Koch, 1865
  • Sphinx convolvuli alicea Neuburger, 1899
  • Sphinx convolvuli batatae Christ, 1882
  • Sphinx convolvuli nigricans Cannaviello, 1900
  • Agrius convolvuli aksuensis O. Bang-Haas, 1927
  • Agrius convolvuli fuscosignata Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli grisea Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli ichangensis Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli intermedia Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli javanensis Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli major Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli minor Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli obscura Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli suffusa Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli tahitiensis Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli unicolor Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli variegata Tutt, 1904
  • Agrius convolvuli virgata Tutt, 1904
  • Herse convolvuli extincta Gehlen, 1928
  • Herse convolvuli marshallensis Clark, 1922
  • Herse convolvuli peitaihoensis Clark, 1922
  • Herse convolvuli posticoconflua Bryk, 1946
  • Protoparce convolvuli fasciata Pillich, 1909
  • Protoparce convolvuli indica Skell, 1913

白薯天蛾學名Agrius convolvuli)是蝦殼天蛾屬下的一種大型,常見於歐洲非洲[2]以及澳大利亞[3]

分佈及習性[编辑]

白薯天蛾活躍于日出及黃昏時,有趨光性。其幼蟲以旋花屬Convolvulus)植物為食,這也是其種加詞convolvuli的來由。而“白薯”天蛾則是取名自其嗜食番薯屬植物。其比身體更長的喙允許其可以吸食一些有漏斗狀花的植物的花蜜。[4]

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參考文獻[编辑]

  1. ^ CATE Creating a Taxonomic eScience - Sphingidae. Cate-sphingidae.org. [2011-11-01]. (原始内容存档于2012-11-13). 
  2. ^ JSTOR: Lepidoptera. Links.jstor.org. [2011-11-01]. 
  3. ^ Ozanimals. Ozanimals. [2011-11-01]. 
  4. ^ Michael Chinery, Collins Guide to the Insects of Great Britain and Western Europe