|Common name: listed here as 'Showy
Hodges #: 8175.1, removed from synonomy of Apantesis
virguncula (W. Kirby).
Identification: Rfw 16.1 mm, fw veins marked with cream white,
rarely with a single transverse line in discal cell, hw yellow with
variable black markings. Pro-tibiae white or with a white streak
Similar species: 8175,
Distribution: Great Plains and Intermontane region, eastward in
Canada and extreme northern United States to the Atlantic.
Hosts: records confounded with G. virguncula, probably on a
variety of herbaceous plants.
Note: considered by Ferguson (1985) to be distinct from G.
The Grammia complex
in North Dakota.
All three specimens: ND, McLean Co., Garrison Local
Training Area, 11 mi WSW Garrison. 47 36 25 N. Lat, 101 33 57 W
Long. Hg/UV lt. 28- VI- 2002. coll. G. Fauske.