eudemis moth

noun eu·de·mis moth \ ˈyüdəmə̇s- \

Definition of eudemis moth

:a small European tortricid moth (Polychrosis botrana) that is destructive to the grape

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Origin and Etymology of eudemis moth

New Latin Eudemis, former genus name, from eu- + -demis (from Greek demas body, from demein to build)


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