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9313969182Panthea furcilla – Eastern Panthea Moth – (Packard, 1864)

© David Reed
Distribution: North-eastern British Columbia to Texas and eastward. In pine forests.
Seasonality
and Size:
Year round in southern US. June-July in boreal Canada. Wingspan: ssp australis - male ~ 36-44 mm; female ~ 48-50 mm.
Larva and
Host Plants:
Larch, pine, spruce, and probably other conifers.
Similar Species: See also other Panthea.
Taxonomic Notes: Includes as a synonym Panthea pallescens [9183].
References
Data compiled and contributed by Steve Scott from references cited.

Panthea furcilla
© Nolie Schneider
Panthea furcilla
© Jason Dombroskie
Panthea furcilla
© Robin Mcleod
Panthea furcilla
© Tom Murray
Panthea furcilla
© Nolie Schneider
Panthea furcilla
© Carol Wolf
Panthea furcilla
© Ken Childs
Panthea furcilla
© Carol Wolf
Panthea furcilla
CBIF
Panthea furcilla
39mm – © Jim Vargo
Panthea furcilla
35mm – © Jim Vargo
Panthea furcilla
© Jason Dombroskie

Panthea furcilla
© Canadian National Collection LG

Panthea furcilla
© John G. Franclemont CUIC LG

Panthea furcilla
© John G. Franclemont CUIC LG

Panthea furcilla
© John G. Franclemont CUIC LG
on Pinus strobus
Panthea furcilla
© John G. Franclemont CUIC LG
on Pinus strobus

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