|scientific name Archips dissitana |
Mid June to late August (Razowski 1977)
The adult is readily identified by the pristine white forewings sharply contrasting with jagged jet black bands in the antemedian, median, and postmedian areas.
Widespread but rarely collected in most localities, probably of no concern.
Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea). (Razowski 1977)
Widespread in the boreal forest from Alberta to Nova Scotia, south to Minnesota and in the Appalachians to North Carolina.
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