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Caterpillars of Pacific Northwest
Forests and Woodlands

Lithophane longior [Noctuidae]


Irregularly shaped white spots forming a discontinuous dorsal and subdorsal band; laterally white spots behind the spiracles with patches of light green above; white circles at the base of each true leg and midabdominal prolegs. This species is not common and feeds on western juniper during June and July.


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