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Cisthene kentuckiensis

Cisthene kentuckiensis
Cambridge, Dorchester County, Maryland, USA
September 1, 2015

Great example
This appears to be the quintessential Kentucky Lichen Moth with its blackish ground color, and wide basal streak which is broadly connected to the wide PM band. Note also the evenly concave forward edge of the PM band (helps to distinguish from some C. unifascia).

Great photography!

Moved from ID Request.

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