Annaphila Diva

Walking Waterhoods: Sausal Creek - Palo Seco

Annaphila Diva

Oakland, California 94607, United States

Created By: Wholly H2O


Annaphila diva is a little day-flying moth that flies in the spring. It has short and wide wings, black forewings with a white C-shape spot, and pale yellow and black hindwings. It is found in the western part of Pacific Northwest near creeks and rivers. The larvae is a foodplant specialist feeding on miner's lettuce (Montia perfoliata). Unlike many moth species, the adults are day-time active, visiting flowers during the day.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Walking Waterhoods: Sausal Creek - Palo Seco


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