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0457 – Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis,
Evergreen Bagworm Moth
General Species Information
Host Plant: The Bugguide site lists this species as polyphagus, hosts from many families of plants
Historical Range: Eastern USA
Our Experience with this Species: This species can be common in Key Largo and on Big Pine Key.
Notes: Larvae make a mobile housing out of silk, sticks and twigs and create a 'bag' and live inside of it only exposing their head while they eat. Females don't fly.
K. Largo Marath. Ba. Hond B.P.K. No Name Sck. Isd. K. West
Colored box indicates adult of this species has been confirmed on that island
Adult Flight Chart
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