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Erebidae > Zanclognatha pedipilalis - Hodges #8348


Zanclognatha pedipilalis - Hodges #8348


Maybe Zanclognatha pedipilalis?


Zanclognatha


Zanclognatha pedipilalis?


Zanclognatha pedipilalis


Moved to Zanclognatha pedipilalis


Grayish Zanclognatha


We would have suggested either


Litter Moth


Moved to Zanclognatha pedipilalis


Appears it could be...


Moved to Zanclognatha pedipilalis


Moved to Zanclognatha pedipilalis


Zanclognatha pedipilalis - Grayish Zanclognatha


Zanclognatha pedipilalis - Grayish Zanclognatha


Zanclognatha pedipilalis - Grayish Zanclognatha


Zanclognatha pedipilalis - Grayish Zanclognatha


Zanclognatha pedipilalis - Grayish Zanclognatha


Noctuid


Grayish Zanclognatha?


Zanclognatha pedipilalis - Grayish Zanclognatha - Hodges #8348


Zanclognatha pedipilalis - Grayish Zanclognatha - Hodges #8348


my best guess


Not an expert


Grayish Zanclognatha


Zanclognatha


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One of the Zanclognatha - per


8348 -- Grayish Zanclognatha Moth -- Zanclognatha pedipilalis


One of the Litter Moths


We find these Herminiinae - Litter Moths challenging


Moved to Zanclognatha pedipilalis


Zanclognatha pedipilalis


Moved to Macrochilo litophora


Thanks for the tip Kyhl-


Moved to cruralis or obscuripennis


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Reniform


This looks more like Zanclogn


Maybe a Brown-lined Owlet Mot


Zanclognatha pedipilalis - Hodges #8348


caterpillar


Wonder if these might be


moth


Another Insect (Daddy Longlegs ?) Is Under the Moth which is....


Probably 8348 - Zanclognatha pedipilalis


Looks Like 8348 - Zanclognatha pedipilalis


Probably 8348 - Zanclognatha pedipilalis


looks a lot like


Looks Like 8348 - Zanclognatha pedipilalis


Noctuid