These beautifully patterned moths can be found across much of the US, except for the southwestern states. Since they are found across a wide range, the are capable of feeding on many hardwoods and several softwood species of shrubs and trees including pine, hemlock, fir, larch and spruce. While they may have one of more broods a year in other (warmer) parts of the country, there is only one generation here in MT. Photo by Glenn Marangelo on 7/27/19 in Missoula, MT.