Butterflies and Moths of Southern Vancouver Island--Jeremy B. Tatum



Pseudosciaphila duplex


Some of the smaller moths have evolved so that, at rest, they bear a remarkable resemblance to a bird dropping. Pseudosciaphila duplex is a good example of one of these. The caterpillars roll the leaves of aspens into tight cylinders in which they hide and feed.

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