List of Lepidoptera that feed on ash trees

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Ashes (Fraxinus spp.) are used as food plants by the larvae (caterpillars) of a number of Lepidoptera species, including the following. (Unless otherwise stated, records are from the Nearctic region.)

Fraxinus americana

Adelidae[edit]

Apatelodidae[edit]

Arctiidae[edit]

Scarlet tiger moth imago (adult)

Brahmaeidae[edit]

Coleophoridae[edit]

Cossidae[edit]

Crambidae[edit]

Geometridae[edit]

Feathered thorn imago
Engrailed caterpillar
Brindled beauty imago
Winter moth male imago

Gracillariidae[edit]

Lasiocampidae[edit]

Forest tent caterpillars in Fossil Butte National Monument

Limacodidae[edit]

Lycaenidae[edit]

Lymantriidae[edit]

Orgyia antiqua caterpillar

Megalopygidae[edit]

Nepticulidae[edit]

Noctuidae[edit]

Copper underwing imago

Nolidae[edit]

Notodontidae[edit]

Nymphalidae[edit]

Nymphalis antiopa caterpillar

Oecophoridae[edit]

Papilionidae[edit]

Eastern tiger swallowtail caterpillar

Psychidae[edit]

Pyralidae[edit]

Saturniidae[edit]

Regal moth caterpillar
Emperor moth caterpillar

Sesiidae[edit]

Sphingidae[edit]

Elm sphinx imago
Privet hawkmoth caterpillar

Tineidae[edit]

Tortricidae[edit]

Fraxinus excelsior

Yponomeutidae[edit]

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