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SIcya macularia?  - Sicya macularia

SIcya macularia? - Sicya macularia
Turtle Lake, Barron County, Wisconsin, USA
July 12, 2015
I'm thinking that this one is a male and that the Balabans' is a female, but confirmation or correction would be welcome.

Yes, you are correct. Pectinate antennae = ♂

Moved from Sicya.

John, it looks like they can be varied, and I surely don't know, but I did find this picture to confirm your thoughts .

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