Celery Looper (Anagrapha falcifera)

Celery Looper (Anagrapha falcifera)

The celery looper is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found from Newfoundland, Labrador and Southern Canada to Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Arizona, Idaho, Washington and Oregon. The wingspan is 35–40 mm.

Grayish brown FW has contrasting brown inner median area. Slanting silvery white stigma touches white-edged inner section of AM line.

Hosts: The larvae feed on beets, blueberries, clover, corn, lettuce, plantain, viburnum and other low plants.

Note: common

Celery Looper

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