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Possible Digrammia pallidata

Possible Digrammia pallidata
20 miles southwest of Llano, TX, Llano County, Texas, USA
January 20, 2017
Size: small

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Macariini
Actually, I have been studying these because I could never get an ID and I saw a lot of them. From my BOLD and rearing results my guess would be a male D. triviata, but I still cannot speak to anything more than is what is on our property. The Macariini are a famously difficult group.

I an only place to Macariini with confidence.

 
Thanks Ann. I knew this was
Thanks Ann. I knew this was a hard one to call.

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