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moth - Chionodes pereyra

moth - Chionodes pereyra
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
March 31, 2016

Moved from Chionodes.
Thanks Peter. It looks good and I'll see if I can have someone verify the id from the specimen.

I am not an expert but last year, after discovering Mark Dreiling's barcoded individual here that had been identified as 2104 Chionodes pereyra, I wanted to see what BOLD can do with one of my Chionodes (here and here). My moth turned out that species. Yours look quite similar and may well be a Chionodes pereyra as well.
Edit: I realize now that I actually had not "discovered" Mark Dreiling's post but am indebted to Marcia Morris for leading me to it.

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