|Common name: no accepted
common name, listed here as Smith's dart.
Hodges #: 10944.
Identification: Rfw 15.51 mm, overall ground brown or gray; median
shade dark from costa and between ordinary spots, black at inception of st.
line at costa. Frons smooth, protibiae with a complete row of mesal
setae and only a few lateral apical setae .
Similar species: 10644, 10882, 10941,
10955, 11018, 11024.1,
11039, 11041, 11042,1, 11043, 11044, 11045, and 11049.1.
Distribution: transcontinental from Alaska to Newfoundland and
south through temperate United States, occurring further south on the west
coast, the Rockies and Appalachians.
Hosts: Larval hosts include dock, raspberry, violets, and has
been reported as causing economic injury to strawberries in Washington
State (Crumb 1956).
ND Cass Co., Fargo. UV lt. trap.
9- VIII- 1983. G. Fauske
SD Minnehaha Co., Sioux Falls,
incandescent lt. G. Fauske.