Henry Edwards, 1880
Catocala olivia, Louisiana, courtesy of Vernon Antoine Brou
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Genus: Catocala, Schrank, 1802
copyright C. Odenkirk
Catocala olivia (wingspan: mm)
flies in Louisiana and Texas.
FLIGHT TIMES AND PREFERRED FOOD PLANTS:
Catocala olivia are on the wing from
The Catocala olivia caterpillar feeds on
Adults eclose from pupae at soil surface.
SCENTING AND MATING:
Catocala olivia females
emit an airbourne pheromone and males use their antennae to track the
EGGS, CATERPILLARS, COCOONS, AND PUPAE:
Eggs are deposited on
tree bark in the fall and hatch the following spring.
Larval Food Plants
Listed below are primary food plant(s) and alternate food plants.
It is hoped that this alphabetical listing followed by the common
name of the foodplant will prove useful. The list is not exhaustive,
although some species seem very host specific.
Experimenting with closely related foodplants is worthwhile.
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