Diamondback Moth Animal Pictures

Plutella xylostella

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Diamondback moth larvae often mature within 30 days

diamondback moth larva boring cabbage leaf
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Diamondback moth resting on a leaf
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Diamondback moth, or cabbage moth, belongs to the family Plutellidae.

cabbage damaged by caterpillars of diamondback moth
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Diamondback pupae often feeds and grow on the underside of host plants

close up of diamondback moth on a green leaf, take photos in the natural wild state, Luannan County, Hebei Province, China.

diamondback moth on a green leaf
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a female diamondback moth lays an average of 160 eggs in its lifetime