Maple Spanworm (Ennomos magnaria)

Maple Spanworm (Ennomos magnaria)

The Maple Spanworm Moth is a species of moth of the family Geometridae. It is found from coast to coast in southern Canada and the northern United States, south in the east to Florida and Louisiana and in the west to California.

Unevenly scalloped wings are pale orange, variably speckled and blotched brown. Rests with its wings raised about 45 degrees above the horizontal.

Hosts: Deciduous trees, including alder, basswood, maple, oak, and poplar.

Note: Common

Maple Spanworm

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