• Male supra-anal plate large, inflated. Lobes form a deep U, or fork. (This is almost identical to S. furcata, but that species does not have dark striping on the tegmina):
• More identification tips for separating fasciata and furcata:
Canada and south to western SC (1)
Found in the canopies of coniferous trees. Comes to lights.
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