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Photo#1141374
Plusiinae?

Plusiinae?
Clint, El Paso County, Texas, USA
September 17, 2015
Found in an alfalfa field using a sweep net.

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Thank you John and Jane!
For your frequent and valuable help identifying bugs for so many contributors.

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Any idea of what else might have been in the alfalfa field?
This looks more like a Grass Looper to us, such as Caenurgina or Doryodes, etc. Quite a few feed on Clover and other Legumes. The other possibility would be Lesmone which feeds on the legume Cassia. Something similar here, but this is a tough group

 
Alfalfa?
I should have mentioned that there were a few weeds in the alfalfa field that most likely were swept too. Thank you John and Jane for your kind help.

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