New York Natural Heritage Program
Gray Woodgrain
Morrisonia mucens (Hübner, [1831])
Insects

Identifying Characteristics [-]
The forewing of the Gray Woodgrain is mixed gray and brown. Look for two blackish triangular patches at the outer margin (Covell 1984).
Gray Woodgrain Images
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The Best Time to See
The adults of this species are active in the late spring.
J F M A M J J A S O N D
Present Reproducing
The time of year you would expect to find Gray Woodgrain present (blue shading) and reproducing (orange shading) in New York.