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October Thorn Moth
Tetracis jubararia

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Host plants for Tetracis jubararia (October Thorn Moth) native to California ( 2 confirmed , 106 likely * )
* 4
Creek Dogwood Cornus sericea ssp. sericea Cornus sericea ssp. sericea

* 10
Red Willow Salix laevigata Salix laevigata

* 22
Cream Bush Holodiscus discolor Holodiscus discolor

* 28
Chokecherry Prunus virginiana Prunus virginiana

* 30
Water Birch Betula occidentalis Betula occidentalis

* 31
Vine Maple Acer circinatum Acer circinatum

* 38
Osoberry Oemleria cerasiformis Oemleria cerasiformis

* 42
Western Dogwood Cornus sericea ssp. occidentalis Cornus sericea ssp. occidentalis

* 49
Mountain Alder Alnus incana ssp. tenuifolia Alnus incana ssp. tenuifolia

Links for More Information About this Species

BAMONA, Wikipedia

Sources for butterfly and moth host plant information include; The National Wildlife Federation's Native Plant Finder, with thanks to Doug Tallamy and Kimberley Shropshire for researching and sharing this information, the National History Museum's Database of the World's Lepidopteran Hostplants, and Butterflies and Moths of North America. Special thanks to Calscape volunteer Bridget Kelley for aggregating host plant data from all these sources. Butterfly and moth observations and images sources include Calphotos, GBIF (GBIF.org (27 August 2019) GBIF Occurrence Download https://doi.org/10.15468/dl.rywrmh), iDigBio, the Symbiota Collections of Arthropods Network and Butterflies and Moths of North America. Climate data is provided by the PRISM Climate Group, Oregon State University.

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