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White Spring Moth

Lomographa vestaliata


Larvae feed on leaves of apple, cherry, hawthorn, hornbeam, maple, mountain-ash, oak, pear, and Viburnum species Adults fly during the day and at night, and are attracted to light.


Beautiful little creature. Spotted this little fellow in my neighborhood.

1 Comment

ForestDragon 11 years ago

Nice spot! I believe this lovely little moth is actually Campaea perlata - Pale Beauty. Lomographa vestaliata has no markings, a slightly different shape to the wings and is pure white like this:

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McGehee, Arkansas, USA

Spotted on Jun 13, 2012
Submitted on Sep 2, 2012

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