|Common name: No accepted common name,
listed here as 'Divergent-lined dart.'
Hodges #: 10702.
Identification: Rfw 14.56 mm, R and Cu stems, and ordinary
spots outlined in white scales, black before and between ordinary spots
but without pale streaks in pm area; hws fuscous, paler basad in
%%. Male antennae moderately
bifasciculate; vesica elongate Note generic characters of Euxoa.
Similar species: 10756, 10805,
10831, 10836, 10861, 10862,
10863, 10864, 10951 and 11047.
Distribution: Hudsonian zone from Yukon to Newfoundland southward
into the northern U.S.
In western North America extending south in the mountains to New Mexico
and southern California.
Hosts: Larvae have been reported on alfalfa in Montana (Cook 1930).
Natural hosts are unknown..
Note: The elongate vesica, characteristic of the subgenus
Longivesica, places this species among a few moths mostly quite
dissimilar in external appearance.
ND McLean Co., Natl. Guard Reserve lands. 11 mi WSW Garrison.
47 36 25 N lat.,
101 33 57 W long. Hg/UV lt. 28- VI- 2002.