|Common name: Poplar kitten
Identification: Rfw 17.9 mm, groundcolor white with scattered
metallic blue and yellow scales; proximal boundary of median fascia
nearly straight from costa to inner margin. Note small terminal
dots of both wings. Disc of thorax contrasting with ptagiae and head.
Proboscis absent, palpi very short, eyes without hair, metatibiae with a
single pair of spurs.
Distribution: southern Canada and northern United
Hosts: Larval feed on Poplars- Populus spp. and Willows-
ND. Morton Co., Hebron, 29- VI- 1934.
Forewing of F. scolopendrina showing straight proximal margin of median