ⓘ Biscutella

                                     

ⓘ Biscutella

Biscutella is a genus of about 46 species of flowering plants of family Brassicaceae or Cruciferae, according to Appel, O. & Al-Shehbaz, I. 2003.

It contains the following species:

  • Biscutella rotgesii Lunetiere de Rotges.
  • Biscutella laevigata.
                                     
  • Biscutella laevigata, the buckler - mustard, is a species of flowering plant in the family Brassicaceae. Biscutella laevigata varia Biscutella laevigata
  • Biscutella rotgesii Lunetiere de Rotges is a species of flowering plant in the family Brassicaceae. It is found only in Corsica, France. Its natural
  • Scoparia biscutella is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Zeller in 1872. It is found in Colombia. global Pyraloidea database Globiz
  • few records from Switzerland Southern Ticino Its caterpillars use Biscutella as their food source. A. euphenoides is distinguished in both sexes only
  • Adults are on wing from September to October. The larvae probably feed on Biscutella species. GlobIZ search Global Information System on Pyraloidea. Retrieved
  • Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan The wingspan is about 18 mm. The larvae feed on Biscutella laevigata. GlobIZ search Global Information System on Pyraloidea. Retrieved
  • markings, very similar to that of A. euphenoides, on Biscutella Spuler The larvae feed on Biscutella laevigata and Sisymbrium officinale in the wild, and
  • mangroves and other shrubs, in addition to endemic species of plants such as Biscutella elbensis. The highest peaks in the area are Mount Elba 1, 435 m or 4, 708 ft
  • wingspan is about 26 mm. The larvae feed on Brassicaceae species, possibly Biscutella laevigata and Erysimum nevadense. Evergestis mundalis mundalis Evergestis
  • species including Sisymbrium bourgeanum Diplotaxis tennuisiliqua and Biscutella didyma. Euchloe belemia hesperidum Rothschild 1913 Euchloe belemia eversi
  • Northern Africa. Its main foods are Sinapis, Isatis, Aethionema, Iberis and Biscutella species. Though data are lacking, it is believed that the species is restricted
  • islands Ophrys argolica subsp. argolica - Greece Ophrys argolica subsp. biscutella O.Danesch E.Danesch Kreutz - southern Italy, Croatia Ophrys argolica