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Photo#1169711
Agrotina?

Agrotina?
El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, USA
November 29, 2015
Size: 1 cm
Found in leaf litter.

Moved

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

It certainly could be Agrotis or Feltia, but those
wide light patches on the edges of A8 remind us of Protorthodes

Very challenging group, sorry

 
Thanks!
Thank you John and Jane for your kind help. Actually, I am the one who needs to apologize for sending photos with subjects that are too dark. A few days ago, I changed photo equipment and until minutes ago, I didn't understand why my bugs were coming out too dark. I believe that I just figured it out and my future submissions should reflect that. Thank you again for your efforts helping BG contributors.

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