Barea confusella facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBarea confusella
The wingspan is about 20mm. The forewings have a black and white pattern. The hindwings are silky fawn.
The larvae feed on dead sapwood, boring into dead trees and living in tunnels under the bark. It has been recorded feeding on dead wood of Eucalyptus pilularis and Prunus armeniaca. It has also been observed feeding dead leaf litter and the tubers of Dahlia species.
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