Confused Woodgrain Moth
Morrisonia confusa
Hodges 10521


Identification: The thorax is pale brown with dark stripes. The forewing has dark brown shading and veins (woodgrain). There will be two dark dashes in the basal area and black streaks with white edging extending inward from the outer margin. The orbicular spots are elongated and larger than the reniform spots. The hindwing is grayish brown. The caterpillar host plants are pines, blueberries, and basswood.

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