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Aglossa - Acallis alticolalis

Aglossa - Acallis alticolalis
Putnam County, New York, USA
August 10, 2014

Moved from Aglossa.

I've seen this moth...
... and I don't think this is a worn A. costiferalis. Over 2 seasons I had this exact moth visit 8/7/15, 7/25/16, and 8/8/16. This has been a burning mystery for me for some time!

Moved from Pyralid Moths.

I agree. The only species with the same AM line looks to be A. costiferalis. What were you thinking? Maybe worn from the mid line down.

I noticed the resemblance to
I noticed the resemblance to a few Aglossa species, but I'm not comfortable enough with the differences to say more than Pyralidae with any certainty.

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