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Photo#1046560
maybe:  Euclidia ardita - Hodges#8732 - Euclidia ardita

maybe: Euclidia ardita - Hodges#8732 - Euclidia ardita
Rancho Del Oso, Santa Cruz County, California, USA
March 10, 2015
This moth seems to like lying flat. This photo was rotated to make it easier to compare markings, but it was actually horizontal. I have a photo of a different one. It was lying flat on the ground.

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Yes - Right ID…
Virtually identical to E. cuspidea, but the outer edge of the AM line of E. ardita is straight or slightly concave at its midportion, while that of E. cuspidea is evenly outwardly convex.

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