|Common name: Oblique heterocampa
Identification: Rfw 20.4 mm, with black streak in cell CuA2
continuous with reniform; apical patch white in males, brownish in
females. Male eighth sternite with an inverted 'U-shaped' groove having
pit located at eacg end point. Members of the genus Heterocampa
can be separated from Lochmaeus by having the terminal line being
either continuous or accented by spots at the wing veins. Members
of the genera Heterocampa and Lochmaeus can be separated
from Schizure by the constricted Rs cell on the hw.
Similar species: 7952,
States east of the Great Plains.
Hosts: Larval feed on Oaks- Quercus.
ND. Cass Co., Red River of the North.
R. W. Poole.
Forewing of H. obliqua, arrow indicating continuous terminal line.