[ncsc-moths] Re: Agonopterix canadensis ?
- From: Jackie Nelson <ephemeropterae@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: ncsc-moths@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2011 08:51:15 -0400
Thank you, Harry. The quirk of geography that is the Southern Appalachians complicates IDs that would otherwise be easily ruled out this far south. I'll enter it as a tentative and check Merrill's list. Jackie On Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 8:07 AM, Harry Wilson <harrywilson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote: > Jackie, > > I’m not convinced that its range extends this far south, though it might in > the eastern mountains. The hostplants are members of the daisy family > (Asteraceae) such as ragwort and groundsel. > > Harry > > *From:* Jackie Nelson <ephemeropterae@xxxxxxxxx> > *Sent:* Thursday, October 20, 2011 11:01 AM > *To:* ncsc-moths@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > *Subject:* [ncsc-moths] Agonopterix canadensis ? > > I've pored over this fella way too long. Not enough data available to me > (range, hosts, description, etc) to make anything but a guess. Is this > Agonopterix canadensis ? > > -- > > <") > ( \ > / |`` > > Jackie > > -- <") ( \ / |`` Jackie