|scientific name Pandemis canadana |
Deciduous forests and shrubby areas.
Early July to mid August.
The forewing varies from light to dark brown with prominent dark brown markings. The basal, median and upper postmedian lines are distinct and sharply defined with pale edging. The hindwing is light to dark grey.
The larva is inseperable from the other species in this genus. (MacKay 1962)
Not of concern.
A variety of deciduous trees and shrubs. (Freeman 1958)
From British Columbia to Nova Scotia, south to Colorado, Illinois, and Maine.
This is likely just a dark form of P. limitata.
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