Fluid Arches Moth (Morrisonia latex)
(Photo: Marvin Smith on 05/14/09)
From BugGuide Species Page:
Identification: Forewing gray with dark patches along costa on either side of orbicular spot, black anal dash, and double black dash along outer margin below reniform spot; orbicular spot large, pale whitish, oblong, and extending obliquely to costa; reniform spot large, kidney-shaped, yellowish with and a dark central arc and blackish shading on lower (inner) side. Hindwing dirty grayish-yellow with darker veins and black-dashed terminal line
Range: Nova Scotia to South Carolina, west to Arkansas, north to Manitoba.
Season: Adults fly from May to July.
Food: Larvae feed on leaves of a variety of deciduous trees: alder, beech, birch, black cherry, elm, hop-hornbeam, maple, oak, willow.
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