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Renia? - Renia flavipunctalis

Renia? - Renia flavipunctalis
western edge of Franklin county, Franklin County, Missouri, USA
June 20, 2012
Appears to have some type of mite on it.

Moved from Moths.

ID based on Matthew's suggestion and this from the info page for this species; "antennae are unusual and diagnostic. There is a small claw and plume about three-quarters of the way toward the tip, " This moth definitely has that plume. Thanks Matthew.

Looks like R.flavipunctalis, Yellow-spotted Renia.

Thank you
Thanks Matthew

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