Operophtera bruceata

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Winter Moth: for more photos, see Sitka Nature Photo Gallery for Operophtera bruceata
Winter Moth (Operophtera bruceata): Presumably occurs through much of Southeast Alaska. Males fly in late fall and early winter to find flightless females. Larvae favor deciduous trees, which they eat in the spring and early summer.

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