Acraga coa is a moth of the family Dalceridae. It is found in southern Mexico, Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica and Panama. The habitat consists of tropical wet, tropical moist, tropical premontane wet, tropical premontane rain, tropical lower montane moist, subtropical wet, subtropical moist, subtropical dry and warm temperate wet forests.
The length of the forewings is 12–18 mm for males and 19–25 mm for females. The forewings are yellow-orange to red-brown, with yellow veins. The hindwings are yellow-orange and paler than the forewings. Adults are on wing year-round.
- Miller, S.E., 1994: Systematics of the Neotropical moth family Dalceridae (Lepidoptera). Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 153(4): 1-495. Full Article: 
|This article about a taxon in the moth family Dalceridae is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|