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NoctuidaeDaggers, Darts, Cutworms, & 'Y's
Noctuinae


Lithophane innominata
Nameless Pinion

Phylo: 932534 Hodges: 9888
Size: ws 35 - 39 mm
Range: (Can): NWT and all provinces except Lab.
Range: (NA): MPG range and flight data
Range: (World): Nearctic
Season: (BC): Mar - Apr, Jun, Aug - Oct.
Food: Polyphagous:  Fir, Maple, Alder, Birch, Hazel, Larch, Spruce, Pine, Poplar, Stonefruit, Douglas Fir, Pear, Oak, Bramble, Rowan, Basswood, Hemlock, Elm, Hornbeam.
Comments: The caterpillars are also predatory on other insects.




2017-04-02

2017-04-05

2017-05-08


Local Data

Observations: 6 record(s)
Year(s) recorded: 2017, 2019.
First flight: Apr 02
Last flight: May 09


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