While nearly 100 species of sod webworms are known to occur in North America, the species complex and seasonal occurrence of these moths has been documented in relatively few states. For Ohio, there is little published record of the sod webworm species complex, and the seasonal occurrence of only a few economically important species has been documented. Using black light traps, sod web worm adult flight activity was monitored over the course of three to five years at four different locations throughout Ohio. In this paper we report the seasonal occurrence of sod web worms species captured at these locations. These data provide a historical benchmark of sod webworm species diversity, local abundance, and seasonal occurrence in Ohio.
Niemczyk, Harry D.; Shetlar, David J.; Power, Kevin T.; and Richmond, Douglas S.
"Seasonal Occurrence of the Sod Webworm Moths (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) of Ohio,"
The Great Lakes Entomologist: Vol. 33
, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholar.valpo.edu/tgle/vol33/iss3/3