Three species of goat moths are recorded at the Hanford Nuclear Site and Hanford National Monument in south central Washington State. They are: Comadia bertholdi (Grote 1880), Givira cornelia (Neumoegen & Dyar 1893), and Prionoxystus robiniae (Peck 1818). The general habitat of the Hanford area is shrub-steppe but there are extensive areas of sand dune as well as limited riparian habitat. These are the first Washington records for C. bertholdi and G. cornelia. In addition, Comadia bertholdi also is first recorded here from Yakima County, Washington, 81 km west of the Hanford Site. Flight period dates are presented for all collections.
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