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801354.005147Epipagis fenestralis – (Hübner, 1796)

© Jerry Armstrong
Distribution: North Carolina and Kentucky to Florida, Gulf States, Arkansas and Texas.
and Size:
May - September flight period. ~ 20-25mm wingspan.
Similar Species: See notes at 5148 - E. disparilis, am. line of hindwing is broken not continuous.
Taxonomic Notes: Epipagis fenestralis (Hübner, 1796) an unused senior synonym, replaces 5147 Epipagis huronalis (Guenée, 1854) in Munroe (1995).
  • Munroe, E.G., 1995. Crambidae (Crambinae, Schoenobiinae, Cybalomiinae, Linostinae, Glaphyriinae, Dichogaminae, Scopariinae, Musotiminae, Midilinae, Nymphulinae, Odontiinae, Evergestinae, Pyraustinae). In J.B. Heppner (ed.), The Atlas of Neotropical Lepidoptera. Checklist: Part 2. Association for Tropical Lepidoptera and Scientific Publishers, Gainesville, 3: 60-79.
  • Species Page at BOLD: The Barcode of Life Data System
  • Species Page at BugGuide.Net
Epipagis fenestralis
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Epipagis fenestralis
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Epipagis fenestralis
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Epipagis fenestralis
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Epipagis fenestralis
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Epipagis fenestralis
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