Bark Snaggletooth is found mostly on black walnut trees,1-2 feet above the ground (Pilsbry, 1948). Bark Snaggletooth is found on these trees in places such as Maine, Ontario, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Northern Alabama, St. Simon’s Island in Georgia, Gainesville in Florida, and Alexandria in Louisiana (Pilsbry, 1948). Also, it is seen more frequently at higher elevations in smaller distributions (Pilsbry, 1948).

Other organisms that exist within the same habitat as Bark Snaggletooth include: deer, rabbits, mice, birds like the yellow-bellied sapsucker, and insects like Datana integerrima and Hyphantria cunea (Williams, 2011).





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