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930338.008128.3Dodia tarandus – Schmidt & Macaulay, 2009
Distribution Data for Dodia tarandus
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Distribution: Northern Canada. Boreal black spruce bogs and adjacent open pine uplands.
and Size:
June - July. Wingspan ~ 34 mm.
Field Marks:
Forewing and thorax with mouse gray and whitish-gray banding. Basal and antemedial areas paler than outer half.
Similar Species: See also D. albertae.
Taxonomic Notes: Separated from D. tarandus by Schmidt & Macaulay 2009.
  • Schmidt, B. C. & D. Macaulay, (2009). A new species of Dodia Dyar from central Canada. In: Schmidt, B. C. & J. D. Lafontaine (Eds), Contributions to the Systematics of New World Macro-Moths. ZooKeys 9: 79-88 (.pdf file).
Data compiled and contributed by Steve Scott from references cited.

Dodia tarandus
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Dodia tarandus
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