Apamea niveivenosa, the snowy-veined apamea, is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is native to northern North America, where it can be found across Canada and south to California. The forewing length is 15 to 18 millimeters. Most moths are an ochre to orange-tan color, but a form in eastern British Columbia is dark gray with lighter gray lines and spots. The larva is a subterranean cutworm that feeds on grasses. It is a pest of grain crops in interior North America.