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Anyone figure out which Grammia this is? - Apantesis

Anyone figure out which Grammia this is? - Apantesis
Tom and Vicky West Farm, Turtle Lake, Barron County, Wisconsin, USA
July 11, 2015
gathering_2015

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Not to my knowledge. I KNOW there are other pictures out there maybe from Valeriw, so I think we have to wait.

Moved
Moved from Arctiina.

I just now posted another individual from the gathering, showing a little bit of hindwing , in case it helps.

Moved
Moved from Frass. Just tag and move as with any other image.

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John and Jane,\\
Can you all please "UNFRASS" this until we can get this straightened out? I cannot figure out how to do it.

I studied John's and the hind wing I think makes his Hodges #8196 – Grammia parthenice. We still need some more hind wing pictures and I am sure some are out there. I think yours may be G. virgo.

Did we decide
that this was virgo?

 
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That was what I thought when John posted his wonderful picture with the hind wing.

 
Anpoher
From John Schneider:
Not the same individual, just from the event.

 
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Thank you!

Frassed
Moved from Grammia.

I agree with Grammia virgo
Here's a similar example at MPG:

 
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Thanks for the confirmation. Will still wait for a better picture showing the hind wing before placing.

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I think the consensus was [I]Grammia virgo] but myh pictures were not good enough for a certain ID. I know there were lots of good ones showing the hind wing too, so I hope some show up here.

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