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Small brown/black moth with brown, light brown/buff markings.
This moth was found resting on a window in our backyard. Range includes North America from Canada to Texas. Larvae feeds on plants such as alfalfa, soybeans, clover, and weeds.
Fun Facts: 1. This moth is often confused for a looper moth. 2. Larvae can be a pest to soybean crops. 3. The larvae vigorously wriggle when disturbed. Ref: https://extension.entm.purdue.edu/fieldc...
Spotted on Dec 19, 2020
Submitted on Dec 28, 2020