Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Barnes & McDunnough (1)
Phylogenetic sequence #
Barnes & McDunnough (1916) listed a wingspan of 19 mm.
Barnes & McDunnough (1916) original description is online in print references.
"Palpi blackish outwardly, the joints tipped with yellow; front and thorax pale ochreous mixed with a few black scales, the latter crossed by a dark band on prothorax; abdomen ochreous; primaries whitish, ochreous-sprinkled and suffused somewhat with black; a blackish spot on costa at base, another larger one marking the inception of the t. a. line which is indistinct, black, bulging in the fold and outwardly oblique above inner margin; t. p. line rather indistinctly geminate, squarely exserted around the cell with an inward angle opposite the reniform, straight to vein 1 where it bends outwards to inner margin; reniform a narrow diffuse black patch situated just above bend in t. p. line with two short black streaks from its base toward t. a. line; s. t. space with irregular dark dashes marking the inner edge of s. t. line; a terminal broken black line, fringes smoky; secondaries very pale ochreous, smoky outwardly. Beneath primaries smoky, secondaries as above."
Southern Texas and South Carolina(3)
Holotype from San Benito, Texas. (4)
Moth Photographers Group
- large range map with collection dates.
Possible two flight periods of April and May; August to September. (5)
Holotype collected in September.
The larval host is unknown.
Barnes, W. & J.H. McDunnough, 1916. New species and varieties of North America Lepidoptera. Contributions to the Natural History of the Lepidoptera of North America
; pl. 3, fig. 5