|scientific name Eana osseana |
Most high-elevation open habitats.
The adult is active from the end of June to mid August in Alberta. (Obraztsov 1962)
The acutely-pointed forewing is shiny grey and varies from being unmarked to finely marked with darker grey. The hindwing is light grey.
The larva feeds in galleries amongst the roots of the host plants from May to June (Razowski 2002).
Not of concern.
The larva feeds upon various species of grasses, mosses, and shrubs. (Razowski 2002)
This Holarctic species is found from Alaska and British Columbia east to Newfoundland. (Obraztsov 1962)
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