H. Edwards, 1880
The Hermia Underwing (Catocala hermia) is a moth of the Erebidae family. It is found throughout the Great Plains, from southern Saskatchewan and Alberta south and west to Texas, Arizona and California.
The wingspan is 58–68 mm. Adults are on wing from August to September depending on the location.
The latter is often treated as distinct species, leaving C. hermia monotypic.
Catocala hermia verecunda, recorded from Colorado, Montana and Arizona, was formerly considered a subspecies, but is now a synonym of Catocala hermia hermia.
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