High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Acrapex spoliata is a
species of moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in Africa,
including Sierra Leone and South Africa. The wingspan is 22-24 mm.
Head and thorax ochreous tinged with rufous and mixed with some
dark brown: palpi with the 2nd joint brown at sides; abdomen
dorsally dark brown, ventrally ochreous tinged with rufous. Fore
wing ochreous tinged with rufous, the costal area suffused with
dark brown leaving slight pale streaks on the veins; the median
nervure and base of veins arising from it streaked with
black-brown; a black-brown streak in and beyond lower angle of cell
with white points on it before and beyond the angle; a diffused
oblique black-brown shade from termen below apex to vein 3; a
terminal series of slight black Iunules: cilia dark brown mixed
with ochreous. Hind wing red-brown; cilia whitish at tips; the
underside grey suffused with fuscous, traces of a dark discoidal
spot and diffused curved postmedial line.
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