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Pale-banded Dart Moth

Agnorisma badinodis


This moth has a wingspan of approximately 1 5/8 inches. It has a pale brown head with a black “collar.” Behind the collar is a patch of blondish hair in a dark brown section followed by a lighter brown section with a black dot. The margin is wide and dark brown. There are two thin wavy, tan cross-bands separating the two dark brown sections from the lighter brown section. The larva is probably similar to other darts which are brown to gray with longitudinal white to cream colored stripes and hairless. The larvae feed on many plants such as asters, clover and tobacco.

1 Species ID Suggestions

ianmaton 11 years ago
Pale-banded Dart Moth
Agnorisma badinodis Moth Photographers Group – Agnorisma badinodis – 10955

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1 Comment

keithp2012 11 years ago

Thank you

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West Babylon, New York, USA

Spotted on Sep 26, 2012
Submitted on Sep 26, 2012

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