Deciduous woods and shrubby or second-growth areas.
Flies mid-spring through summer.
I absolutely adore your site and thank you for taking the time to share your fascination with other moth lovers. I stumbled onto your site looking for a moth I saw in the beaver valley in the niagara escarpment. Unfortunately it is not among your pictures. I wonder if you would know it it is caramel coloured and when resting it appears to have fins protruding from the under wings. I am sorry for my sorry description.
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