Noctua pronuba in Canada

Yan Boulanger yanb at
Fri Jan 15 18:00:18 EST 1999

Just for your information and to see how far north is going that moth, let
me say that I caught that species twice in the last 4 years in
St-Fabien/Rimouski, PQ, Canada (48°17' North)
1994 : at the beginning of october, Indian summer(!)
1995 : 2nd september.
The specimen was a female each time.
Considering the large number of species of host plant that moth has, I think
it can spread further north than that.  If possible, I would like to know
how far north it is in Europe.


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