|Common name: Bedstraw hawkmoth.
Hodges #: 7893.
Identification: Rfw 31.1 mm, diagonal pale stripe of fw narrow at
inner margin, veins lacking white streaks; body with fuscous and white
scales on ventral surface.
Similar species: 7892, 7894.
Distribution: Alaska to Nova Scotia, northern United States,
southward to Colorado in the mountains, also Eurasia.
Hosts: Larvae feed on Epilobium spp.– willow-herb/
fireweed, and Gallium spp.– bedstraw.
ND, Cass Co., Fargo. 5- VI- 1985. UV lt. coll. G. Fauske.
ND, Billings Co., nr Medora 1999, pic. C.