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Observation notes: The host plant was a potted goose berry plant.This was the only plant in my yard but the neighbour has many plants but I don't know what they are. The weather today is hot and dry 30 degrees celcius.
Verified by: jwileyrains
Verified date: January 29, 2022
Coordinator notes: Going out on a limb here but I think it's P. oreas. They're found in Alberta, although I don't see any sightings much farther north than the border.