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Photo#1143006
Moth, lateral - Ponometia cuta

Moth, lateral - Ponometia cuta
Lincoln National Forest, Guadalupe Ranger District, Eddy County, New Mexico, USA
August 5, 2015
Size: 10.2mm FW

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Moth, dorsal - Ponometia cuta Moth, lateral - Ponometia cuta

Moved
Moved from Tarache.

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This one looks like a possibility to me . Or maybe http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/species.php?hodges=9091. The Jim Vargo spread shows some color a little like yours.

 
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... for your help. The shape of the forewing's subapical white patch much more closely resembles that of P. cuta. The patch on P. doreni is more rectangular. There are similar gold stripes in some of the BG images of P. cuta too.

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