|Common name: no accepted common name,
listed here as 'Strecker's dart.'
Hodges #: 10836.
Identification: Rfw 13.6 mm, costa pale, R and Cu stem with white
scales, orbicular spot round to oblong, four white streaks in st. area,
yellow streak from claviform spot to st. line; hws vary from
whitish with light fuscous margins to fuscous with darker margins, overall
darker in &&. Tegula with a
band of white scales basally. Male antennae heavily bifasciculate;
note generic characters of Euxoa (Euxoa).
Similar species: 10670,
Distribution: northern Great Plains, extending southward along the
western edge of the plains to Texas, in the north occurring in the Pacific
Northwest and southern British Columbia.
Hosts: Larvae have been reported on corn and Russian thistle
Note: a junior subjective synonym, Carneades rumatana
Smith, was described in 1903 from
ND Williams Co., Williston. UV lt. trap,
30- VIII- 1958. S. Saugstad.