Larval Food Plants
|Cymopterus terebinthinus var. albiflorus (Smoothshore Spring-parsley) (yellow)|
This species has the broadest range of any LFP. In southern Utah, C. terebinthinus var. petraeus is frequently found with Lomatium parryi, and where this occurs it is obvious that L. parryi is the preferred LFP. There are several varieties of this plant.
|C. terebinthinus var. albiflorus close-up with a 3rd instar||C. t. var. californicus (California Wavewing) A large specimen-the plant that is!|
|C. t. var. californicus||C. t. var. californicus Habitat shot from TL of P. i. shastensis (at McCloud Bridge)|
|C. t. var. terebinthinus (Terpentine Wavewing)(Columbia River Gorge)||C. t. var. petraeus (Rockloving Desert-parsley)|
|C. t. var. petraeus (Rockloving Desert-parsley)||C. t. var. petraeus (Rockloving Desert-parsley) Close-up of a leaf|