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Haploa contigua - Haploa

Haploa contigua - Haploa
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
July 29, 2007
I couldn't find a match for this one. It looks like a cross between the Clymene and one of the others.

Moved from The Neighbor Moth.

i agree, this is not contigua
i agree, this is not contigua, possibly a hybrid of lecontei or contigua with clymene

Thanks J.D.
These are hard enough to identify without variations:-)

This one is a variation of Haploa contigua, # 8110.

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