Digrammia subminiata
"Vermilion Granite"


moth
I looked extensively for information on what plant this moth and its larvae prefer but I could find nothing.
Here is a link to the best information I could find. Did you ever know someone who was so nondescript
that they could do anything and no one would remember them? That's the kind of moth this is; if it held
up a bank, witnesses would only remember it was sporting a mustache!  I think it's a very beautiful
moth and only about 14 mm from head to toe.  It was spending the day resting near my front porch
light--probably storing up energy to sell swamp land near Utah Lake.  © Carol Davis, 9-17-2010

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