Forest Trivia

Identify this native moth now hosted by a non-native plant.


This diurnal moth is native to North America, but was only found in southern Florida until the introduction of a non-native plant that can also be a host to the Lepidopteran. It is now found throughout the eastern United States. Hint: there's a strong clue in last month's newsletter articles! Photo by Stefan Karkuff, Cumberland County PA.



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