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Geometridae
911400.006963Tetracis crocallata Guenée, [1858] – Yellow Slant-line

© Aaron Cavosie
Distribution: Caution: A single range map dot for a Canadian province may represent records without specific location data.
Nova Scotia to southern Alberta, south to northern Florida and eastern Texas.
Seasonality
and Size:
Two generations from New York southward. FWL ~ 17-25 mm.
Larva and
Host Plants:
Host plants include Alnus, Castanea and Salix.
Similar Species:
  • Pinned specimens of related species. (Hint: select View by Region on the related species page.)
Synonymy: Tetracis crocallata Guenée, [1858]
Tetracis aspilatata Guenée, [1858]
Taxonomic Notes: Tetracis crocallata: 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
  • Barcode of Life (BOLD) - Caution: Some specimens shown may not be sequenced. DNA barcode provides evidence of relatedness not proof of identification.
  • Hall et al., 2021. The Moths of North Carolina - website (identification, habitats and life history)
  • Species Page at Block Island Moths
  • Species Page at BugGuide.Net
  • Species Page at E. H. Strickland Museum
Tetracis crocallata
© Jim Kennedy
Tetracis crocallata
© Bob Patterson
Tetracis crocallata
© Tom Murray - ssp. aspilatata
Tetracis crocallata
© D. L. Scott - ssp. aspilatata
Tetracis crocallata
© Matthew Priebe
Tetracis crocallata
© Jason Dombroskie
Tetracis crocallata
© Nolie Schneider
Tetracis crocallata
© David Reed
Tetracis crocallata
© Ken Childs
Tetracis crocallata
LG – © Jim Troubridge
Tetracis crocallata
38mm – © Jim Vargo
Tetracis crocallata
© Canadian National Collection LG

Tetracis crocallata
© Janice Stiefel
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