|Common name: White-dotted prominent/
Identification: Rfw 20.65 mm, fw outer margin crenulate; reniform
spot consisting of two white dots or a white bar. Thorax not contrasting
with fw groundcolor, with a largedorsal tuft. Palpi reach to top
of eye, male antennae bipectinate to apex.
Similar species: 7902,7903,
Distribution: southern Canada and United States except Pacific
Hosts: Larval feed on Qak- Quercus, birch-
Betula, Cherry- Prunus, Rose- Rosa, Maple-
Acer, Serviceberry- Amerlacher, willow- Salix.
ND. Morton Co., Hebron. 7- VII- 1937.
Fw of N, gibbosa with double dotted white reniform spot.
Larva, pic courtesy of Lacy Hyche, Auburn University, Forestry