ASCALAPHA ODORATA PDF
Black Witch cat, right side – Ascalapha odorata Moth in Texas – Ascalapha odorata San Antonio, Bexar County, TX, USA – Ascalapha odorata – female Black . The erebid moth Ascalapha odorata, commonly known as the black witch moth, is a large bat-shaped, dark-colored nocturnal moth, found from Brazil until the. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Ascalapha odorata (Linnaeus, ). female. male.
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Cook County, Illinois, United States.
Canadian County, Oklahoma, United States. Hidalgo County, Texas, United States. Butterflies and Moths of North America map. Pueblo County, Colorado, United States. The erebid moth Ascalapha odoratacommonly known as the black witch mothis a large bat-shaped, dark-colored ascalpha moth, found from Brazil to the southern United States. Weld County, Colorado, United States.
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Views Ascalahpa Edit View history. The black witch moth is found throughout Central America and Mexicowith its distribution extending from Brazil to the southern United States.
In many cultures, one of these moths flying into the house is considered bad luck: Mexico to South America, annually emigrates north to southern Canada, primarily through western United States.
Most records are from June-October 3. Butterflies and Moths of North America. Contributed by Troy Bartlett on 10 July, – The northward June migration out of Mexico coincides with Mexico’s rainy season which typically starts in early June and lasts through October. Osceola County, Florida, United States. Costa Rican Natural History.
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This odoata was last edited on 13 Augustat Found northward more often than the Owl Moth Thysania zenobia. Buda Gris-gris Sampy Sleeping child. During this season individual adults and masses of larvae can be found from Texas to Florida.
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Identification Wings dark brown, both pairs crossed by series of alternating light and dark undulating lines and bands; often an iridescent blue cast over wings. Note large oval patch at outer margin, containing 2 rounded spots.
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Ascalapha odorata – Wikipedia
In Paraguay people are afraid of the aascalapha witch moth, as there is a mistaken belief about the moth odoraya over their human “victims” and thereby inoculating their eggs, which then develop into maggots developing under the skin. Collection records of the black witch moth, Ascalapha odorata Linnaeus in Nevada Lepidoptera: Mature larvae reported from all three of Texas’ southmost counties, as early as July 16th and as late as Oct.
Ascalapha odorata Linnaeus Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. Monroe County, Florida, United States. My sightings My species checklist Manage my photographs My Account. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Apotropaic magic Odorxta and science Coincidence Debunker Divination Folk religion Fortune-telling Magic and religion Magical thinking Numerology Perceptions of religious imagery in natural phenomena Post hoc ergo propter hoc Traditional medicine Urban legend.
The diagnostic marking is a small spot on each forewing shaped like a number nine or a comma. Some also believe, if it touches your eyes, you can go blind. Verified Sightings Displaying 1 – 24 of verified sightings. Howard County, Texas, United States. Often found perched on acalapha and out buildings during the day: