|Common name: Subgothic dart.
Hodges #: 10674.
Identification: Rfw 15.9 mm, fw without pale streaks in
subterminal area, fw pale along costal margin and cubital vein,
orbicular spot triangular, hw pale with fuscous outer margin; antennae of male with
setae about as long as each segment.
Similar species: 10648, 10650,
10651, 10670, 10675, 10676,
10817, 10826, 10851,
10891, 11008 and
Distribution: southern Canada and U.S., except the Pacific coast.
Hosts: Larvae have been reported from more than 40 plant species
including crops, forages, vegetables, and forbs.
Note: Larvae nearly identical to 10670, 10674 and host records of
all three species are mixed
in the literature.
ND Cass Co., Fargo. UV lt.
trap. 2- VIII- 1983. G. Fauske.
ND, Cass Co., Fargo, NDSU campus. 2-
VIII- 1978, UV light, coll.T. Maertens.