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Acronicta increta


Acronicta increta


Acronicta increta


Acronicta cryptica?


Anal Dash?


appears to be Acronicta increta - Hodges #9249


Acronicta increta?


Could it be A. increta? I tho


Acronicta cryptica?


Acronicta


Good Call: Acronicta


All-Leps still shows them both as valid


We don't know if Wagner's increta "beech"


Looks to be


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Raspberry Bud Dagger Moth


Wagner lists an Acronicta increta "Beech"


A dagger moth?


Acronicta - in that confusing increta complex


Moved


Acronicta


Acronicta


Acronicta, but it might be one of those in that tough


One of those challenging Acronicta


Acronicta, but it might be one of those in that tough


Looks to be


Makes us think of Acronicta


No plumed black setae


Acronicta, but they are a tough group.


Yes. Looks to us most like


Noctuidae: Acronicta increta?


That pose says Acronicta


Probably Acronicta, heavily marked specimen


Looks Like 9249 - Acronicta increta.....


One of the Weird Daggers....


Not An ID


That "J" position


Actually with that pose


We would suggest


Raspberry Bud Dagger Moth


Agreed


9249 - Raspberry Bud Dagger Moth - Acronicta increta


Looks like