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Adela septentrionella male? - Adela trigrapha - male

Adela septentrionella male? - Adela trigrapha - Male
Rogue River, Jackson County, Oregon, USA
April 15, 2015

Moved
Moved from Adela septentrionella.

Moved at the request of Libby Avis.

Adela trigrapha male
Note the position of the anterior stripe (it would be farther posterior in A. septentrionella), the presence of a third (posterior) stripe (this would be small dots in septentrionella), and the black head scales (orange in male A. eldorada).

 
Yes, you're right.
I blew that one. It's definitely A. trigrapha!

 
Should be moved?

 
Yes,
...but has to be done by an editor (I'm not one) or Travis.
James, if you're an editor, can you move it? Otherwise I'll let Ann Hendrickson know.
L.

 
I may be in many secret groups
but the bugguide editor club is not one of them!

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Yes,
Adela septentrionella, male

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