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DERBIDAE Members: NC Records

Anotia uhleri - No Common Name



© Jim Petranka

© Jim Petranka- note wing pattern

© Scott Bolick
Taxonomy
Family: DERBIDAETribe: Otiocerini
Taxonomic Author: (Van Duzee, 1889)
Identification
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Description: A fairly distinctive member of this genus, it has yellowish wings with reddish-brown bases and two dark marks on each wing tip, consisting of a large reddish mark and a dark brown asymmetrical mark. The wing venation is reddish where the wings are dark and white where the wings are pale. Wing vein CuA is branched, with cells C5, C4, C3, and C3a similar in size. The thorax, abdomen, and head are reddish, and the antennal stubs are yellow.

For more images of this distinctive species, see here: BG.

Distribution in North Carolina
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Distribution: Eastern United States & parts of Canada (UDEL)
Abundance: Only recorded from a few counties across the state, rarely encountered.
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Habitats and Life History
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Plant Associates: Derbidae are known or assumed to feed on fungal hyphae as immatures. Adults have been found on Acer (maples). (UDEL)
Behavior: Most likely to be found at night, attracted with a light.
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Status: Native
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Species Photo Gallery for Anotia uhleri No Common Name

Photo by: Scott Bolick
Guilford Co.
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Photo by: Scott Bolick
Guilford Co.
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Photo by: Scott Bolick
Guilford Co.
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Photo by: Scott Bolick
Guilford Co.
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Photo by: Scott Bolick
Guilford Co.
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Photo by: Jim Petranka
Madison Co.
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Photo by: Jim Petranka
Madison Co.
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Photo by: Jim Petranka
Madison Co.
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Photo by: J. Allen Ratzlaff
Buncombe Co.
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