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Macromoths of Northwest Forests and Woodlands

Cryphia cuerva [Noctuidae]


JPG-Cryphia cuerva

Wingspan 2.4 cm. Forewing is black with gray or green markings. This noctuid is common and widely distributed in western North America, abundant in the volcanic lava fields of the Cascade Range. Moths fly in late summer. The caterpillar host plant is unknown.


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