|Common name: Dappled dart
Hodges #: 11001.
Identification: Rfw 17.12 mm, fw crossed by green streaks, fading
to yellow in preserved specimens; fw irrorate with gray, black and white
scales; hw whitish with fuscous marginal and post medial bands with
darker discal lunule. Fore tibia with a few mesal and lateral
setae apically. Eyes without surface hair.
Similar species: 9348, 10275, 10276, 10300,
Distribution: Northern species occurring from Alaska to Nova Scotia
and into northern United States, ranging southward in the Rockies.
Hosts: Larvae feed on Larix-- Larch, Salix-- willow,
Betula-- birch, Alnus-- alder.
MN Lake Co., McNair site. T56N R11W Sec. 24.
Hg/UV lt. 18- VII- 1992. G. Fauske.