AppearanceThe wingspan is 65–82 mm. A spot on its forewing with a distinct white circle encompasses it distinguishes this moth from others in the same family. Otherwise, the forewing can be extremely variable. The underwing that it is named for can range in color from light orange to a deep red. The moths flies from June to September depending on the location.
Naming*''Catocala ilia ilia''
⤷ ''Catocala ilia zoe'' Behr, 1870
FoodThe larvae feed on Oak, including black, burr, red, and white oaks.
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