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Aguriahana triangularis

This is a rare eupterygidae. It was found on roses and scarlet berries in Japan. I saw it on a rose for the first time so I took the picture. 

I have no idea how it is harmful to other crops because there is not much information about Aguriahana triangularis even on the internet.

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Aguriahana triangularis adult

Its front chest and front wings have black band on both side.

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the transformation of Aguriahana triangularis pupa to adult

Aguriahana triangularis
Hemiptera jassidae
 

  • Scientific name: Aguriahana triangularis
  • Size: around 3.8mm
  • Hosts: rose, scarlet berries
  • Distributions: Korea, Japan, Taiwan
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late-instar aguriahana triangularis larva
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early-instar larva
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damaged rose leaves by aguriahana triangularis 

Photo by Teokgi Park
Translated by Sunyoung Cho

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