|Common name: Angulose prominent
Identification: Rfw 19.7 mm, pale wood brown at base and along a.m.
line; inner margin with scale tuft at mid point. palpi 1.2 height of
eye, eyes without hair, male antennae fasciculate. .
Similar species: 7919,
Distribution: southern Canada and United States east of
the Great Plains.
Hosts: Larval feed on Oak-
Note: Eastern specimens are shaded with dark brown
rather than grayish and are much more similar to P. ferruginea.
Ransom Co., nr calcarious fen,
2.5 mi. E Owego. T135N R53W Sec. 2.
lit. 12- VI- 1992,
Fasciculate antenna of P. angulosa.