|Common name: Four-spotted gluphisia
Identification: Rfw 17.9 mm, with pale yellow scales filling part
of the basal line and reniform spot; reniform frequently an elongate
black (yellow filled) 'v-shape' spot resembling a flying bird.
Eyes hairy; hind tibiae with two pairs of spurs.
Similar species: 7931,
Distribution: southern Canada and northern United
States east of the Rockies.
Hosts: Larval feed on Poplars- Populus spp.
ND. Rollette Co.,
Gardens, 10- VII- 1967. J. Johnson.