Clymene Moth

Haploa clymene

The Clymene Moth is a moth of the Tiger Moth family - Arctiidae, subfamily Arctiinae. It is found in the East of North America.
Clymene Moth - Haploa clymene The forewings are creamy-yellow with a partial black border that extends inward. The hindwings are yellow-orange with 1-2 black spots.

Habitat: Coniferous forest Clymene Moth,Geotagged,Haploa clymene,Summer,United States,haploa,moth

Appearance

The fore wing is creamy-yellow with a partial brown-black border that extends inward from the inner margin near anal angle. The hind wing is yellow-orange with 1-2 brown-black spots. The wingspan is 40–55 mm.
Clymene Moth - Haploa clymene The forewings are creamy-yellow with a partial black border that extends inward. The hindwings are yellow-orange with 1-2 black spots.

Habitat: Attracted to a 395 nm LED light in a rural area
https://www.jungledragon.com/image/82811/clymene_moth_-_haploa_clymene.html Clymene Moth,Geotagged,Haploa clymene,Summer,United States

Behavior

The spiny larva is brownish-black with a yellow middorsal stripe. The larvae overwinter and mature in the spring and early summer. The larvae feed on Eupatorium, Oak, Peach and Willow. The Clymene Moth has 1 brood per year.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderLepidoptera
FamilyErebidae
GenusHaploa
SpeciesH. clymene