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 Udea rubigalis - Udea rubigalis

Udea rubigalis - Udea rubigalis
Georgia, Franklin County, Vermont, USA
July 26, 2015

Moved
Moved from Genista Broom Moth.

 
5079 – Udea rubigalis – Celery Leaftier - 7/26/15
Hi Kyhl,
Pretty sure I posted this one in the subject line, as this is the caption on the original. Is it best to enter the Latin or the common name? In a few recent entries, I entered the Latin, and ended up with a different species. I changed to the common name, and it worked OK. Can't recall if it sometimes works the opposite way as well.
Since I've entered quite a few recently, I want to be sure they're not just ending up all over the place. Thought I had figured out a way to enter right on the species page...possible I still need a tutorial.

Judy

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