Euchromia dubia is a species of moth belonging to the family Erebidae, which is found in Central and South America, including Mexico, Costa Rica, and Venezuela. It is also known by the common name of Dubious Euchromia.
The adult moth has a distinctive appearance with vibrant metallic blue and green colors on its wings, which help it to blend in with its surroundings in the forest canopy. The wingspan of the moth is around 5-7 cm.
The caterpillar of Euchromia dubia feeds on plants in the family Solanaceae, including tomatoes, peppers, and potatoes. It has a green body with white stripes along the sides, and two pairs of orange horns on its head and tail.
Euchromia dubia is not considered a pest species, and its role in the ecosystem is not well understood. However, its striking appearance and ecological importance make it a popular subject of study among entomologists and insect enthusiasts.
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