Cabbage Centre Grub

Hellula hydralis

Summary

These Caterpillars are smooth, brown and stripy, with a dark head. They are an agricultural pest, feeding on brassica crops. Whilst the adult moth is brown with two irregular darker stripes across each forewing. The hindwings are plain fawn.


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Habitat

Found around gardens with brassica crops

Distribution

Found throughout Australia

Size

The wingspan is about 20mm

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