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Stamnodes? - Caripeta divisata - male

Stamnodes? - Caripeta divisata - Male
Brightwood, Clackamas County, Oregon, USA
July 11, 2014
At black light.

Moved
Moved from Stamnodes.

It's not red. So, it's not a Red Girdle, Caripeta aequaliaria, which is the only other species that has been identified in Oregon, so far. The ventral side of that species looks very different, anyway.
See here: If you check the species page on MPG for Caripeta divisata, Carol Wolf has an image there that is nearly the same as your's.
This one looks a little different: This is mostly because of wear and the entire fringe missing. OK, I have updated the Undersides collection.

Male
The pectinate antennae don't seem to fit anything in the genus Stamnodes. = ♂

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