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Little Virgin Tiger Moth - Hodges#8175

Grammia virguncula


Forewing black with thick and thin yellowish to cream-colored lines; only 1 transverse line on forewing, which extends as a zigzag from costa near apex hindwing yellow with extensinve black shading in both sexes look for yellow line on underside of abdomen


Newfoundland to North Carolina in the mountains, west to South Dakota, north to Alberta and Yukon Territory


This is a rather uncommon to rare species of tiger moth. And my first time finding it.

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Iowa, USA

Spotted on May 28, 2014
Submitted on May 28, 2014

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