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Eucirroedia pampina

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Kingdom  Animalia
Family  Noctuidae
Scientific name  Eucirroedia pampina
Rank  Species
Class  Insecta
Genus  Eucirroedia
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Butterflies and moths
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Similar  Butterflies and moths, Epiglaea decliva, Feralia major, Agnorisma badinodis, Psaphida rolandi

Scalloped sallow moth noctuidae eucirroedia pampina dorsal view


The Scalloped Sallow (Eucirroedia pampina) is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found from British Columbia to Nova Scotia, south to Florida, west to Arkansas and Wisconsin.

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The wingspan is 36–44 mm. Adults are on wing from August to December, with peaks in September and October.

The larvae feed on the leaves of black cherry, choke cherry and maple.

Subspecies

  • Eucirroedia pampina pampina
  • Eucirroedia pampina glenwoodi (Colorado, ...)
  • References

    Eucirroedia pampina Wikipedia


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