|Common name: Eight-spotted forester
Hodges #: 9314.
Identification: Rfw 17.6 mm, fw with two yellow spots, hw with
two white spots; fw spots separated by < the width of outer spot,
femora bright orange, male antennae weakly clavate.
Similar species: 9318, also 5159 and 4958.
Distribution: Southern Canada and United States east of the
Hosts: Larvae feed on Ampelopsis– woodbine and Vitis–
ND, Richland Co., West I allotment, Sheyenne Natl.
grasslands, 20- VI- 1996, coll. K. Mundal.
ND, Cass Co., Fargo, NDSU campus. VII- 1999, ex Parthenocissus
vitacea. pic. G. Fauske.