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20 Eurrhypara hortulata - Small Magpie 4952 - Anania hortulata

20 Eurrhypara hortulata - Small Magpie 4952 - Anania hortulata
Bay Center 98527 Willapa, Pacific County, Washington, USA
May 31, 2003
Size: wingspan ~30mm
Specimen Number 20 Family: Pyralidae
Locality: Coastal SW Washington State at the edge of Willapa Bay
Scale: Graph squares ¼ in² or 6.35 mm per side
geo:lat=46.624389 geo:lon=-123.949728
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