|scientific name Dodia albertae |
Found only in black spruce bogs.
June to July, peaking in early to mid July.
Superficially resembles a geometrid, but note the "smudged" appearance, and lack of any sharply defined markings on the forewing.
Crepuscular, but is also attracted to ultraviolet and mercury vapour lights.
It is a local and an uncommon species.
No information available.
Alaska to Quebec, south to Calgary, Alberta along the Rocky Mountain foothills. Also occurs in Eurasia.
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