Mexican Rice Borer Moth

John K. Saichuk, Meszaros, Anna  |  12/2/2011 10:23:34 PM

Mexican rice borer moth rests on a johnsongrass leaf.

Mexican Rice Borer - Eoreuma loftini (Dyar)

Adult Mexican rice borers are light tan moths with delta-shaped wings. By comparison sugarcane borer adults are larger, straw-colored moths about ¾ inch long with a series of black dots arranged in an inverted V shape pattern on the front wings.

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