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Subfamily Amphipyrinae

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Smooth Amphipyra - Amphipyra glabella Amphipyra pyramidoides - female Copper Underwing - Amphipyra pyramidoides UP Moth_11 - Amphipyra pyramidoides Hodges #9638 - Copper Underwing - Amphipyra pyramidoides moth - Amphipyra pyramidoides moth - Amphipyra pyramidoides moth - Amphipyra pyramidoides

Green Marvel Moth? - Emarginea percara Moth - Oslaria viridifera    - Emarginea percara Nocloa nanata, 9797 - Nocloa nanata Lacinipolia? - Paramiana perissa form jocosides - Feralia jocosa Comstock's Sallow - Feralia comstocki Noctuidae, perhaps Figure-Eight Sallow, dorsal - Psaphida resumens - male

Plagiomimicus aureolum 9741 - Plagiomimicus aureolum Annaphila decia from Santa Clara County, CA - Annaphila decia Black and white moth - Grotella binda moth sp - Plagiomimicus spumosum Goldenrod Stowaway Moth - Cirrhophanus triangulifer Plagiomimicus navia  Hodges 9751 - Plagiomimicus navia Which moth is this? Moth, dorsal - Basilodes chrysopis