|Common name: no accepted common name,
listed here as 'Morrisons' olive dart.'
Hodges #: 10741.
Identification: Rfw 14.59 mm, costa pale, orbicular spot round,
pale streak from claviform spot and beyond discal cell more prominent than
streaks on veins; tegulae without transverse white line found in
E. niveilinea and E. dargo. Hws nearly immaculate white with
light fuscous margins and white fringe, overall darker in
&&. Antennae of
%% heavily bifasciculate;
sacculus extension with dorsal flange, harpe strongly curved; note generic
characters of Euxoa (Heteroeuxoa).
Similar species: 10670,
Distribution: western North America from southern Canada to Mexico,
in the north, occurring as far as the eastern edge of the Great Plains.
Hosts: Larvae have been reported on corn and strawberry plants in
Nebraska (Walkden 1950).
ND Divide Co., UV lt. trap.
17- VIII- 2003. K. Anderson.