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Photo#1118097
Prominent - Schizura

Prominent - Schizura
West Farm, Turtle Lake, Barron County, Wisconsin, USA
July 12, 2015

maybe Oligocentria
The posture, vague white blotches, wing shape and general look make me think this is Oligocentria semirufescens. I found another a couple nights earlier and its markings were more defined and easy to ID. Sorry I'm only getting around to these images now. Better late than never...

Moved
Moved from Moths.

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John, Genus Shizura for sure. I think this is the . I have had quite a few of these lately and they seem to have lots of variations.

Needs an expert
It's a Schizura my limited knowledge tells me, but I looked at the MPG images out of curiosity but that didn't help with yours.

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