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Erebidae species?  - Chloridea subflexa

Erebidae species? - Chloridea subflexa
Westminster, Orange County, California, USA
December 1, 2014

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Erebidae species?  - Chloridea subflexa Erebidae species?  - Chloridea subflexa Erebidae species?  - Chloridea subflexa

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Moved from ID Request.

maybe one of the Heliothis
take a look at Heliothis virescens and Heliothis subflexa

 
subflexa
Your moth is a subflexa b/c it does NOT have the orange prothoracic legs of virescens as can be seen in this image of the latter:


See the comment in the See Also section of this Info page http://bugguide.net/node/view/6318[/

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