Butterflies and Moths of Southern Vancouver Island--Jeremy B. Tatum



Enargia infumata


The caterpillar can be found in June between two overlapping cottonwood leaves spun together. It is somewhat similar to that of Ipimorpha nanaimo, but can be recognized by the absence of dark markings on the head. It pupates in between two leaves, and the adult emerges in a few weeks.

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