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Stenoporpia polygrammaria  (Northeastern Gray)
Field Marks

This species looks quite similar to a faded specimen of Anavitrinella pampinaria, with very little shading on its light gray wings.

   




Range

Distribution pattern: Northeastern.
This is the only species in this genus that occurs in eastern North America--there are a great many other species in the west.



Stenoporpia polygrammaria
Rindge 1968
McGuffin 1977


Life History

Adults fly from late spring to mid summer (Rindge 1968).


Host Plants

Oak (Rindge 1968)


Similar Species

Anavitrinella pampinaria


Ectropis crepuscularia


Protoboarmia porcelaria




References

Rindge FH. 1968

McGuffin WC. 1977. Guide to the Geometridae of Canada (Lepidoptera) II. Subfamily Ennominae. 2. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 101: 1-125.