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Dasychira species - Dasychira tephra - female

Dasychira species - Dasychira tephra - Female
Ozark/Mark Twain National Forest, Christian County, Missouri, USA
June 20, 2015

Moved from Dasychira.


Moved from ID Request.

Dasychira yes, and probably this species .

Thank you!
I'll note that as probable in our online Moths of Missouri Field Guide. I assume you are leaving this as a Dasychira species and are not moving it to D. tephra, correct?

Was hoping someone else would second my opinion. I have this one so I may be partial. You can move it if you think I am right. I have been studying the Genus at our ranch. I'm not an expert.

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