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Backyard moths - Furcula cinereoides

Backyard moths - Furcula cinereoides
Balaban backyard, Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon, USA
May 28, 2016
Put up a sheet in my brother's backyard while we visited. It was pretty quiet in town but we did get some visitors.

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Moved
Moved from Gray Furcula.

Furcula cinereoides is raised from synonymy of cinerea to full species. Cinerea is not found west of the Great divide. (1)

Moved

Will add two more to see if it helps
Frass as is appropriate

 
The head is really gray.
I think it's Furcula cinerea.

Agree on Furcula.
Looks like F. scolopendrina except for the fact that head is a bit dark. I guess F. cinerea might also be possible although it's not usually so bright. See Pacific Northwest Moth site on both.

One of the
Furcula?