|Common name: Georgian prominent.
Identification: Rfw 17.9 mm, with tuft of scales at mid point along
inner margin. Thorax with a tuft of metallic scales behind ptagiae. Male
antennae pectinate, the pectinations gradually decreasing in size from
base to apex.
Similar species: generally similar to many species check family
Distribution: southern Canada and United States east of the Rockies.
Hosts: Larval feed on Oak-
MN Becker Co. 8- VII- 1961.
R. W. Poole.
Antenna of ♂ H. georgica showing pectinate
conditions with pectinations decreasing in size towards apex.
Metallic scales on thorax of H. georgica.