Wespvlinders, bedrieglijk fraai!
Vlinders , Volume 9 - Issue 2 p. 19- 22
An Interesting yet often overlooked family of the day-flying moths Is the Sesiidae. Their colouring and their flight make them resemble wasps rather than moths. A number of better-known species, the larvae and hostplants are described. Advice Is also given on how to spot these fascinating moths.
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Theo Zeegers. (1994). Wespvlinders, bedrieglijk fraai!. Vlinders, 9(2), 19–22.
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