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Omolicna uhleri - No Common Name



© Kyle Kittelberger- side view

© Kyle Kittelberger- top view
Taxonomy
Family: DERBIDAE
Identification
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Description: A dark and distinctive species with a bold pattern. The forewing has a dark brown stripe along the costal margin, and the margin itself is pale. There is a small black dot at the bottom corner of the wings, and a white streak curving upward from the base of the thorax. The rear tips of the wings are pink. The pronotum is reddish-orange, while the head is pale yellowish; the legs are also yellowish. The abdomen is dark, as are the eyes.
Distribution in North Carolina
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Distribution: Eastern United States and Ontario (UDEL)
Abundance: A somewhat common species in the state, with a majority of records from the Piedmont and some from parts of the Coastal Plain; probably more abundant in the right habitat.
Seasonal Occurrence
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Habitats and Life History
Habitats: Has been found in grassy, brushy habitat; forest edge; open forest; and mixed hardwood forest.
Plant Associates: ?
Behavior: Commonly found attracted at night with a light.
Comment:
Status: Native
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Species Photo Gallery for Omolicna uhleri No Common Name

Photo by: Paul Scharf
Warren Co.
Comment: Attracted to Black Light
Photo by: Paul Scharf
Warren Co.
Comment: Attracted to Black Light
Photo by: T. DeSantis
Durham Co.
Comment: ENRI
Photo by: Paul Scharf
Warren Co.
Comment: Attracted to Black Light
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf
Vance Co.
Comment: Found in forest edge habitat
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf
Vance Co.
Comment: Found in forest edge habitat
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf
Vance Co.
Comment: Found in forest edge habitat
Photo by: Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn, Paul Scharf
Surry Co.
Comment: grassy, brushy habitat near forest edge & forest
Photo by: Paul Scharf
Warren Co.
Comment: Throughout Aug and early Sep , I've been averaging 30-40 individuals nightly. By 8 Sep the numbers have dropped to about a dozen
Photo by: B. Bockhahn, P. Scharf
Surry Co.
Comment:
Photo by: Paul Scharf
Warren Co.
Comment: Attracted to Light
Photo by: Paul Scharf
Warren Co.
Comment: Attracted to Light
Photo by: Paul Scharf
Warren Co.
Comment: Attracted to Light
Photo by: Rob Van Epps
Mecklenburg Co.
Comment: Hardwood forest, attracted to black light.
Photo by: F. Williams, S. Williams
Gates Co.
Comment: MEMI
Photo by: Randy Emmitt
Orange Co.
Comment: one of 3 hoppers seen on the sheet, very cool evening.