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Caterpillars of Pacific Northwest
Forests and Woodlands

Perigonica angulata [Noctuidae]

Body color may be a mixture of shades from green to yellow; faint off-white to yellow longitudinal lines, barely apparent at the subdorsal and lateral positions; a few small black spots mark the primary setae. This species is common on white oak and chinquapin during July and August.

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