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930499.008352Zanclognatha marcidilinea – Yellowish Zanclognatha Moth – (Grote, 1872)

Steve Nanz
Distribution: Nova Scotia to Missouri, southward to Florida and Arkansas.
Seasonality
and Size:
April-July.
Larva and
Host Plants:
Probably dead leaves.
Description/
Field Marks:
AM. line is obviously waved (Forbes' key). Subterminal line is straight, yellow (with perhaps a few dark scales edging it) (Forbes and Covell).
Similar Species: 8347 - Zanclognatha obscuripennis has an Am. line that runs straight across the wing from below the costa, and a dark subterminal line edged outwardly with yellow.
Taxonomic Notes: Includes as a synonym Zanclognatha jacchusalis of authors, not (Walker, 1859).
References
Data compiled and contributed by Bob Patterson from references cited.

Zanclognatha marcidilinea
Karl Hillig
Zanclognatha marcidilinea
John Young
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David Reed
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Carol Wolf
Zanclognatha marcidilinea
- 28mm – Jim Vargo
Zanclognatha marcidilinea
- 28mm – Jim Vargo

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