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Hellula phidilealis? - Hellula rogatalis

Hellula phidilealis? - Hellula rogatalis
20 miles southwest of Llano, Llano County, Texas, USA
March 10, 2017
Size: small
Hellula phidilealis seems to be quite variable. See the photo by Bob Patterson on the MPG species page for one similar to my submission. This is the first of 2 images for this moth

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Hellula phidilealis? - Hellula rogatalis Hellula phidilealis? - Hellula rogatalis

Moved
Moved from Cabbage Budworm Moth.

Hal, Many thanks to Monica for calling my attention to this error. She called my attention to the rather solid fringe line dotting which diferentiates this species. I DID have some of these identified incorrectly in my files and have corrected them.

 
Thanks for the update Ann. I
Thanks for the update Ann. I've corrected mine too

Moved

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

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Yes. It has taken me a while to answer because most of these are more yellow in tone, but I just checked my files and I have a "tan" one too.

 
Thanks. This one has a faded
Thanks. This one has a faded look.

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