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Question re. moving from ID Request Page


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Crambus praefectellus/leachellus


Crambus


C. leachellus


Crambus leachellus - Leach's Grass-veneer


Crambus- yes!


According to Gerald Fauske,


Possibly 5355 - Common Grass-veneer Moth - Crambus praefectellus


Crambus praefectellus (5355)


Well, it's a Crambus


Not C. hamella. It's C. leachellus or 5369 - C. quinquareatus


Crambus: possibly 5357 - Crambus leachellus


According to Bob Martin,


Moved, Crambus leachellus


Moved, Crambus leachellus


Moved, Crambus leachellus


Moved, Crambus leachellus


Grass-veneer Moth


Perhaps ...


Moved


5357 – Crambus leachellus?


Something in...


moth


One of the Grass-Veneer moths,


Unidentified


5357 - Crambus leachellus


Possibly 5357 - Crambus leachellus


Looks Like 5357 - Crambus leachellus


Prob. 5357 -- Leach's Grass-veneer Moth -- Crambus leachellus