Bagworm Moth - Sighting Record
 
Graph Showing Seasonal Distribution of Sighting Records Map Showing Sighting Localities
 
Table of Sighting Records
Date Location # Observer Verification*
Mar. 18, 2011  Sunnyside, Calgary, AB (larva)  1 RB S+P
Apr. 4, 2011  Sunnyside, Calgary, AB (larva)  1 RB S
Apr. 8, 2011   Sunnyside, Calgary, AB (larva)  2 RB S
Apr. 18, 2011  Sunnyside, Calgary, AB (larva)  1 RB V
Oct. 16, 2011  Bridlewood, Calgary, AB (larva) 1 RB S
Oct. 19, 2011  Sunnyside, Calgary, AB (larva) 2 RB V
Oct. 30, 2011  Bridlewood, Calgary, AB (larva) 1 RB P
Apr. 22, 2012  Bridlewood, Calgary, AB (larva) 1 RB P
Oct. 9, 2012  Bridlewood, Calgary, AB (larva) 2 RB V
Apr. 23, 2013  Sherwood Park, AB (larva) 1 J 3P
May 4, 2013  Evergreen, Calgary, AB (larva) 28 RB V+S
Apr. 30, 2014  Bridlewood, Calgary, AB (larva) 4 RB V
Apr. 19, 2015  Bridlewood, Calgary, AB 1 RB P
Oct. 27, 2016  Bridlewood, Calgary, AB 2 RB V
Apr. 9, 2017  Bridlewood, Calgary, AB 1 RB V
Oct. 22, 2017  Bridlewood, Calgary, AB 1 RB V
         
         
         
         
         
         
 
 
 

The seasonal and geographic distribution of an insect species is a key part of understanding its natural history.  As such if you have encountered and photographed this insect please email (see home page for e-mail) the following information to Insects of Alberta so it can be included on this page: 1) A hi-res photograph of the subject insect; 2) The date the photograph was taken; 3) The location the photograph was taken at (include the name of the locality and google map coordinates i.e. 51.171440,-114.486744); 4) Your name and 5) Additional comments of interest.  Thank you.

*Verification Abreviations: V= visual, P = photograph, S = specimen, 3P = 3rd party photograph, ES = Expert Source

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