| Catocala jessica, Catocala delilah, Catocala irene, Catocala hermia|Catocala benjamini benjamini (south-eastern California, Arizona, southern Nevada, and south-western Utah)
Catocala benjamini mayhewi Hawks, 2010 (along the desert-facing slopes of the Laguna, Santa Rosa, San Jacinto, San Bernardino, San Gabriel Mountains, and Little San Bernardino Mountains in southern California)
Catocala benjamini jumpi Hawks, 2010 (Kofa Mountains, Arizona)
Catocala benjamini ute Peacock & Wagner, 2009 (Grand and San Juan counties in south-eastern Utah)
Catocala benjamini Wikipedia
Catocala benjamini, Benjamin's underwing, is a moth of the Erebidae family. It is found in Arizona, Nevada, southern California and southern Utah.
Catocala benjamini was formerly considered to be a subspecies of Catocala andromache.
Adults are on wing in June. There is probably one generation per year.
The larvae feed on Quercus gambelli.