Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Nola triquetrana (Fitch, 1856)
: FW gray with basal section of costa edged black. AM strongly kinked near costa, forming a V-shape. Mid-point of costa is marked with blackish triangle. Toothed PM and ST are faint. (1)
Common foodplant is witch hazel.
Can be abundant in the foothills of the Appalachians, woodlands, and forests.
Moth Photographers Group
– images of live & pinned adults
- images of pinned DNA supported specimens
Encylopdia of Life
– pinned images of adults