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Leconte's Haploa Moth

Haploa lecontei


Family: Erebidae, Subfamily: Arctiinae, Tribe: Arctiini (Tiger Moths). TL: 19-26 mm. WS: 50 mm. FW pattern is variable but typically is white with black border broken at apex and anal angle. A black line slants from inner ST area to apex. Some moths are mostly white while others have bold black lines. Usual at rest position is triangular shape. Hosts: Trees and Shrubs including apple and blackberry.


Woodlands, fields and gardens. Will come to light.

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Carol Snow Milne
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Carol Snow Milne

Pennsylvania, USA

Spotted on Jun 29, 2013
Submitted on Jul 1, 2013

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