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ID Request -  Idaea furciferata - Notch-winged Wave Moth - Hodges#7108? - Idaea celtima - female

ID Request - Idaea furciferata - Notch-winged Wave Moth - Hodges#7108? - Idaea celtima - Female
1.3 Miles NW of Campwood, Edwards County, Texas, USA
April 18, 2016
Size: apx. 18mm WS
I believe this ID is correct, but this is the first time I have seen this one. The wingspan is much greater that most of the Ideae that I see and the markings seem to heavy for I. product. I saw them over about a 3 day period.

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Idaea celtima
The female Notch-winged Wave Moths have a solid ST line and a flattened wing shape.
Idaea furciferata: ♀ Your's has splotches in the ST area, like this, Idaea celtima: OK, I just placed this one here: They look different from the Notched-wings, but I'm not sure of the gender. (probably ♂)

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