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Clymene moth

Haploa clymene


Yellow moth with black markings.


attracted to light.


The spiny larva is brownish-black with a yellow middorsal stripe. The larvae overwinter and mature in the spring and early summer. The larvae feed on Eupatorium, oak, peach and willow. The clymene moth has one brood per year.

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Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA

Spotted on Sep 2, 2018
Submitted on Sep 3, 2018

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