Hawaiian beet webworm moth

A Hawaiian beet webworm moth rests on a leaf
While Hawaiian beet webworm moth (spoladea recurvalis) sounds quite local, this moth is actually widespread in warm regions of the U.S. and other parts of the world. Also widespread is the damage its larvae does to chard, spinach, weeds in genera Chenopodium and Amaranthus, and of course beets.

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