Butterflies and Moths of North America

collecting and sharing data about Lepidoptera

Happy Pollinator Week: June 21-27, 2021! Butterflies and moths are pollinators of many flowering plants.

Did you know? The Hummingbird Clearwing (Hemaris thysbe) hovers in flight and uses its long tongue to sip nectar from flowers.

Family Lasiocampidae (Lasiocampid Moths)

Subfamily: Lasiocampinae (Lasiocampiines)

Dicogaster coronada (Barnes, 1904)
Gloveria arizonensis Packard, 1872
Gloveria gargamelle (Strecker, 1884)
Gloveria medusa (Strecker, 1898)
Gloveria sphingiformis (Barnes & McDunnough, 1910)
Heteropacha rileyana Riley's Lappet Moth Harvey, 1874
Malacosoma americanum Eastern Tent Caterpillar Moth (Fabricius, 1793)
Malacosoma californicum Western Tent Caterpillar Moth (Packard, 1864)
Malacosoma constrictum Pacific Tent Caterpillar Moth (H. Edwards, 1874)
Malacosoma disstria Forest Tent Caterpillar Moth Hübner, 1820
Malacosoma incurvum (H. Edwards, 1882)
Phyllodesma americana Lappet Moth (Harris, 1841)
Phyllodesma occidentis Southern Lappet Moth (Walker, 1855)

Subfamily: Macromphaliinae (Macomphalines)

Apotolype brevicrista (Dyar, 1895)
Artace colaria Franclemont, 1973
Artace cribraria Dot-lined White (Ljungh, 1825)
Hypopacha grisea (Neumoegen, 1882)
Tolype austella Franclemont, 1973
Tolype dayi (Blackmore, 1921)
Tolype distincta (French, 1890)
Tolype glenwoodii (Barnes, 1900)
Tolype laricis The Larch Moth (Fitch, 1856)
Tolype minta Southern Tolype (Dyar, 1906)
Tolype notialis Small Tolype Moth Franclemont, 1973
Tolype velleda Large Tolype Moth (Stoll, 1791)