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Genus Eubolina

Eubolina Moth - Eubolina impartialis Eubolina impartialis Eubolina impartialis Eubolina impartialis moth - Eubolina impartialis moth - Eubolina impartialis small moth - Eubolina impartialis Noctuidae - Eubolina impartialis
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Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths)
Superfamily Noctuoidea (Owlet Moths and kin)
Family Erebidae
Subfamily Erebinae
Tribe Omopterini
Genus Eubolina
1 species in North America (and the world) listed at All-Leps
wingspan about 30 mm, based on photo by Jim Vargo at MPG
Adult: forewing light gray with greenish tint; subterminal line black, wavy, diffuse, varying in width from thick to thin, bordered distally by brownish scales; PM line black, irregular, with large lobe-like jog in upper half; reniform spot dark, outlined in black, and bordered distally by whitish patch; small pale gray patch just inside ST line at costa; AM and terminal lines black, scalloped; hindwing light grayish-yellow with gray scaling along veins; terminal line black, scalloped; fringe white
one specimen collected in North Carolina, according to this record; perhaps a stray?
adults fly from May to September
Internet References
pinned adult image and photos of related species by Jim Vargo (Moth Photographers Group)
2 pinned adult images that are too dark to be useful except as pin labels, plus collection site map showing 2 records in southern Texas (All-Leps)
record in September from Texas [search on species "impartialis"] (Lepidopterists Society Season Summary)
number of world species (Brian Pitkin, Butterflies and Moths of the World)