Dioxyna bidentis · margasparnė

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Biotope: meadows, wastelands, roadsides, clearings, parks, gardens, ruderal areas, and even balconies with flowers. The adults feed on nectar, pollen; it visits mainly flowers of the Asteraceae family. The larvae develop in the flower heads of plants of the Asteraceae; like Bidens genus, from which the Dioxyna bidentis name comes. It is similar to some species in the genus Campiglossa.