|Common name: Double-toothed prominent/
Identification: Rfw 17.5 mm, without scale tuft along inner margin,
fw pattern unique in Notodontidae of North America.
Similar species: nothing very similar- 9326, 9578, 8443.
Distribution: southern Canada and United States east of the Rockies.
Hosts: Larval feed on Elm-
Note: This genus is otherwise found in Eurasia, a number of very
similar species occur in SE Asia.
ND Ransom Co. McLeod.
9- VI- 1962, R. Frye.
Larva, pic courtesy of Lacy Hyche, Auburn University, Forestry