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911411.006960Tetracis hirsutaria – (Barnes & McDunnough, 1913)

Mark Dreiling
Distribution: California and southern Nevada, from near 0 - 5,100 ft. elev.
Seasonality
and Size:
Early October - November. FWL ~ 17-23 mm.
Larva and
Host Plants:
Host plants include Ceanothus, Cercocarpus, Prunus and Ribes.
Taxonomic Notes: Formerly placed in the genus Synaxis. See: Clifford D. Ferris and B. Christian Schmidt. Revision of the North American Genus Tetracis and Synonymization of Synaxis with Descriptions of Three New Species. ZooTaxa 2347: 1-36 (2010) .pdf file.
References
Tetracis hirsutaria
– Bob Belmont
Tetracis hirsutaria
– Cliff Ferris
Tetracis hirsutaria
– Cliff Ferris
Tetracis hirsutaria
– Cliff Ferris
Tetracis hirsutaria
– Cliff Ferris
Tetracis hirsutaria
– Cliff Ferris
Tetracis hirsutaria
– Cliff Ferris
Tetracis hirsutaria
39mm – Charles Covell Coll.
Tetracis hirsutaria
Moria Robinson
Ceanothus cuneatus, Adenostoma fasciculatum
Tetracis hirsutaria
Moria Robinson LG
Ceanothus cuneatus, Adenostoma fasciculatum
Tetracis hirsutaria
Moria Robinson LG
Ceanothus cuneatus, Adenostoma fasciculatum
Tetracis hirsutaria
Moria Robinson LG
Ceanothus cuneatus, Adenostoma fasciculatum
Tetracis hirsutaria
Moria Robinson LG
Ceanothus cuneatus, Adenostoma fasciculatum
Tetracis hirsutaria
Moria Robinson LG
Ceanothus cuneatus, Adenostoma fasciculatum

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