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Rosey Dart - Diarsia rosaria


Global Rank: G4
State Rank: SNR

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General Description
The Rosey Dart (Diarsia rosaria) forewing is red-brown often with the discal cell black between the discal spots. The wingspan is 33 mm (Powell and Opler 2009).

Diagnostic Characteristics
The similar species Diarsia esurialis has a forewing that is yellow, orange, or pink-lavender, often with the discal cell black between the discal spots (Powell and Opler 2009).

Range Comments
Abundant and widely distributed in wet conifer forests of western North America (Powell and Opler 2009).

Summary of Observations Submitted for Montana
Number of Observations: 1

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Food Habits
The larvae feed on grasses (Powell and Opler 2009).

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