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The Wood-coloured Quaker (Apamea lignicolora) is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is native to North America, where it is distributed across much of Canada and the United States.The wingspan is 45 to 50 mm. The moth is reddish brown with darker patches and a W-shaped mark on the forewings. It is fringed with red and brown. The hindwings are brown in color. The male genitalia have robust ampullae and digitus. The moth flies from May to August depending on the location.
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