|scientific name Lycomorpha pholus |
common name Smoky Lichen Moth
Probably mid July to August.
The basal half of theforewing and basal third of the hindwing is bright orange, with the outer portion of the wings black. This is a diurnal species, and quite unmistakable. Wingspan of about 30mm.
This species is diurnal.
No information available.
Quebec west to extreme southern Alberta, south to Texas. The only Alberta record is from Milk River (Canadian National Collection of Insects, Ottawa).
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