Moths of North Dakota

Tortricidae: Tortricinae: Archipini

Choristoneura rosaceana (Harris 1841)

Common name: Oblique-banded leafroller.

Hodges #: 3635.

Identification: Rfw 9.7 mm, fw mottled brown, inner line of median fascia complete, male fw with coastal fold, male antennae lacking basal notch; hws of male ivory white, fuscous at tornus and tinged with orange apically; hws of female pale orange, fuscous at tornus.

Similar species: 3594, 3632, 3634, 3653, 3661.

Distribution: southern Canada and U. S.

Hosts: Larvae are general feeders on deciduous trees and shrubs.


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ND, Cass Co., north Fargo.  2- VIII- 1994, yard lt., Coll. D. Rider


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Last updated: 03/27/02

Gerald M. Fauske
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