Thursday, March 04, 2010

Arkansas Moth: Angle-lined Prominent (Clostera inclusa)

Angle-lined Prominent Moth (Clostera inclusa)
(Photo:  Marvin Smith on 3/30/09)



Angle-lined Prominent Moth 
(Clostera inclusa)


Other common name: Many-lined Angle, Poplar Tentmaker

Hodges: #7896

Range: Throughout eastern North America.

Season: March-September.

Food: Larvae feed on aspen, willows, poplars.


Species information from BugGuide.

Other information and photos:

MIACY
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3 comments:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

This fellow looks very fuzzy wuzzy. One could mistake it for a stick.

Nature ID said...

Awesome pic! "Please drop your weapon and put your hands on the wall!" Love it! Thanks for sharing!

laughingwolf said...

like a mini bat [man] ;)