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Melanolophia signataria

Melanolophia signataria
Henderson, Chester County, Tennessee, USA
The adult eclosed on 6/28/2015

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Summer
Wouldn't a summer emergence suggest Melanolophia canadaria was more likely? Melanolophia signataria is described as single brooded.

 
What's the source on that? I'
What's the source on that? I'm pretty sure we get multiple broods in parts of the south.

 
Wagner
Caterpillars of Eastern North America (1). You can also compare the phenology data for both species on the Moths of North Carolina website if you prefer something closer to your latitude.

 
I checked with James Adams an
I checked with James Adams and in his professional opinion, M. signataria has multiple broods and this certainly is M. signataria.

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