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Nacoleia? - Nacoleia charesalis

Nacoleia? - Nacoleia charesalis
Coral Gables/ Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Miami-Dade County, Florida, USA
December 16, 2016

Moved from ID Request.

Female - Crambid Snout Moth
Nice catch! Yes, I think that you are correct and there is only one species in the genus.
Nacoleia charesalis: ♀ (Florida range)

Thanks Bob, I will never forget the discussion on the first one. Looked at this but did not feel confident enough to place until I saw your comment. Interesting how many sightings there have been now that the species has "come to light".

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