Bold-Feathered Grass Moth (Herpetogramma pertextalis)

Bold-Feathered Grass Moth (Herpetogramma pertextalis)

Herpetogramma pertextalis, the Bold-Feathered Grass Moth, is a species of moth of the family Crambidae. It was first described by Julius Lederer in 1863 and is found in North America.

Semi-translucent wings have violet sheen and pattern of scalloped brown lines.

Hosts: Low plants, including violets.

Note: Common

Bold-feathered Grass Moth

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