|Derrima stellata (Pink Star Moth)
Family: Owlet Moths (Noctuidae)
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Pink star moths are known to have two broods each year, with a first brood in the spring (April/May) and another in summer (July/August) (Covell 1984).
|State Ranking Justification||
Pink star moth has been found at one location in New York on Long Island. Forbes (1954) and Covell (1984) consider this species rare in the northern part of its range.
The short-term trends are unknown.
The long term trends are unknown except that Covell (1984) stated that this species is rare in the northern portion of its range.