Butterflies and Moths of North America

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The Hebrew
Polygrammate hebraeicum (Hubner, 1818)


Family: Noctuidae
Subfamily: Acronictinae
Identification:
Wing Span: 2.3-3.9cm
Life History:
Flight: May-Aug
Caterpillar Hosts: Black gum trees
Adult Food:
Habitat:
Range: Me to Flwest to Ont., Mo. and Tx.
Conservation:
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Management Needs:
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Pollinator Week is June 20-26, 2022!

Butterflies and moths are accidental pollinators of many flowering plants. While most species do not have special structures to carry pollen, they do brush against pollen and transfer it to other flowers.

Did you know? The Eastern Tailed-Blue (Cupido comyntas) flies close to the ground and uses its short proboscis to probe flowers of wild strawberry, white sweet clover, and other low-lying plants.