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Caterpillars of Pacific Northwest
Forests and Woodlands

Acronicta perdita [Noctuidae]


A broad white spiracular band constricts at each spiracle from T1 to A8; clusters of off-white and black hairs originate from pale orange-yellow spots on a brownish black body. This species is common on bitterbrush during July and August.


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