Unspotted Looper (Allagrapha aerea)

Unspotted Looper (Allagrapha aerea)

The Unspotted Looper Moth (Allagrapha aerea) is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found in eastern North America from southern Ontario to the panhandle of Florida and west to western Nebraska.

Pinkish FW has bands of orange-brown shading along wavy AM and PM lines. Inconspicuous reniform spot is filled with brown scales.

Hosts: Low plants, including aster, dandelion, and stinging nettle.

Note: Common

Unspotted Looper


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