Species perexcellens (Euxoa perexcellens - Hodges#10816)
Forewing length varies from 17 to 21 mm.
The forewings are streaked lengthwise, have a fairly large claviform spot, and yellow/buff shading in the reniform and orbicular spots. Forewings of males are usually more reddish brown while the females are more silver/gray. (1)
Occurs from souther BC to southern California with a disjunct population in Michigan.
Contributed by John Davis on 6 September, 2007 - 3:48pm Last updated 16 June, 2008 - 12:43am
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