|Common name: Toothed clostera
Identification: Rfw 12.0 mm, Fw mottled shades of brown, with
pale and dark sinuous diagonal line; p.m. line at costa with dull orange
patch distad in addition to characteristic white.
Eyes hairy, antennae of male pectinate to apex.
Similar species: 7895,
Distribution: southern Canada, United States southward to Mexico..
Hosts: Larval feed on willow- Salix and poplar- Populus.
ND Cass Co. 8- VIII- 1961. R. L. Poole.
Fw showing diffuse