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Identification: Head ochreous. Forewing dark fuscous with purplish sheen. Near the base a yellowish white band, and two creamy spots on termen near tornus and opposite it on costa. Hindwings gray, with reddish tinge.
Wing Span: about 12 mm
Life History: Immature stages are not known. The moth emerges in early summer.
Flight: The moth emerges in early summer.
Habitat: In mesic forest.
Range: Eastern North America.
NCGR: Not listed
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Observation date: Jun 17, 2011
Submitted by: curtis.lehman (Jo Ann Poe-McGavin)
Region: Carbon County, Pennsylvania, United States