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Phigalia titea? - Phigalia titea - female

Phigalia titea? - Phigalia titea - Female
Pittsfield/Boulders Hiking Area, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA
April 11, 2015
When it comes to female identification, are there characteristics that can help id when it comes to this particular genus or is it best based off of males in the area? Found several male Half wings, both on this particular tree and in the area as a whole but came across several wingless females that did not have males present. Just wondering if the others can be identified? Thanks for any info that can be shared.

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