Agapema solita (Ferguson, 1972)

Agapema solita (Ferguson, 1972)

Suitable host plants:
Condalia ericoides  (Rhamnaceae) “Javelin bush”
Condalia hookeri (Rhamnaceae) “Bluewood condalia”
Condalia spathulata (Rhamnaceae) “Knifeleaf condalia”
Sarcobatus vermiculatus  (Sarcobataceae) “Greasewood”

Recommendations:
Most likely a synonym of Agapema galbina. In the wild, it mainly feeds on Condalia hookeri. Likewise all the host plants for Agapema galbina apply.

Common name:  Lonely Agapema
Distribution: Southern states of the United States; Texas, Mexico

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Citations: Coppens, B. 2019

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