Proctacanthella cacopiliga

Proctacanthella cacopiliga is a species of sand blowouts and other dry, sandy open areas. This is a very low-flying species that is pretty easy to get close to even when they are not feeding.

Locations

Map showing sighting locations for Proctacanthella cacopiliga
Map key
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Proctacanthella cacopiliga male with large prey

Rocky Run Oak Savanna SNA, July 6, 2008.

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Proctacanthella cacopiliga male

Spring Green Preserve, July 29, 2007.

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Proctacanthella cacopiliga male with small prey.

Mazomanie Barrens SNA, July 20, 2008.

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Proctacanthella cacopiliga female

South of Coloma, Chaffee Creek Fishery Area, July 14, 2007.

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Proctacanthella cacopiliga female with prey

Dewey Heights Prairie SNA, July 28, 2007.