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Photo#1007283
unkown moth-pink on wings - Fishia discors

unkown moth-pink on wings - Fishia discors
Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, USA
October 8, 2014
Size: 21mm
warm October night. 57 degrees. Dark moth, but the pink mottling appeared in the photos. Owlet moth I think? Sorry about the poor photography.

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Moved from ID Request.

Apamea occidens?
After looking through many WA moths I finally decided that this species was the closest to this moth. I had the third picture in this series that I discarded but turned out to be the best representation of the wing markings. Apamea occidens on discover life.

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