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Arizona Moth - possible acronicta - Hadena

Arizona Moth - possible acronicta - Hadena
Pinery Canyon Road, Chiricahua Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
September 16, 2015
On sheet with UV black light. Two candidates so far - 9287 – Cryphia olivacea and 9977 – Platypolia contadina. May be either/or or neither nor. Submitted for another opinion.

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Moved from Owlet Moths.

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Wish I could help ...
but the gestalt's not working. The more I look at, the less sure I am. I think you're in the right neighborhood. I'm just not familiar with enough, to know the variations. I do notice the legs are not banded like most of the Aronicta. Perhaps someone more familiar with your fauna will know.
Z

 
another candidate
Robert - perhaps 10326 – Hadena variolata. One image in Bold seems particularly close, others seem also close.

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