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Moth

Sabulodes aegrotata

Description:

Variable in color, ranging from cream or pale yellow to ochraceous, brown or blackish brown (melanic form); maculation absent in some specimens; it is the only Sabulodes known to have a melanic form

Habitat:

Coastal western North America, from northwestern Baja California to northwestern Oregon The larvae feed on a large variety of herbacious and woody broad-leaved angiosperms

Notes:

Observed on our front porch

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Eva Varga
Spotted by
Eva Varga

Bandon, Oregon, USA

Lat: 43.12, Long: -124.41

Spotted on Jul 21, 2014
Submitted on Jul 23, 2014

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