Found emerging from a thicket of dead herbaceous growth from the previous year. About 2.5 feet long. Black and white checkered stomach, pale tan background with dark rosettes with a dark outline. Y-shaped mark at base of neck.
This specimen came to a baited treetrunk shortly after dark.
Found along the edge of a moist woodland.
This species appears to be locally common in Liberty Metropark. It comes to both Mercury Vapor and Ultraviolet light.
These Parapamea buffaloensis moths came to ultraviolet light in a patch of their larval foodplant, lizard tail.