AppearanceHas a wider yellow band between the dark ends of the wings than E. bella and wider black band and darker wing tips than E. gillettei
NamingEmpoa venusta McAtee 1926
venusta = 'charming'
DistributionNortheastern North America (QC-MN south to CT-OH-SD)
FoodHosts: Tilia americana (basswood), Ulmus sp.
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