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Lithophane innominata?

Confusing! Variegated cutworm is Peridroma saucia

My best guess would be Bethun



This is a Lithophane, perhaps

Lithophane species


Our best guess would be


Agree on Lithophane innominata


There are several Lithophane that look similar

Looks like a Lithophane

Maybe a dark Lithophane innominata?

Looks to be Lithophane

Lithophane innominata

Lithophane innominata

Agree Lithophane innominata

Lithophane innominata

Lithophane innominata

I suggest

We had something similar recently

How did you come to choose Pyrrhia

Looks like a Lithophane innominata - Hodges#9888...

Wagner has a bunch of these in the

How about this Peridroma


One of the Pinions


Nameless Pinion - Hodges#9888 (Lithophane innominata)

9888 - Lithophane innominata

The color pattern certainly seems to belong

This looks like a Lithophane

9888 -- Nameless Pinion Moth -- Lithophane innominata

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9888 - Nameless Pinion Moth - Lithophane innominata