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Unknown Moth - Eusarca fundaria

Unknown Moth - Eusarca fundaria
Range, Conecuh County, Alabama, USA
August 11, 2007
Size: 3.2 wingspan
Looks like Euchlaena serrata, but doesn't quite fit the classic saw-teeth on the outer margin. Help will be gratefully received. Darryl

Dark-edged Eusarca - Eusarca fundaria


Many, many
thanks. I am no good at ID and the moth isn't in Covell's guide, so that puts me at a great disadvantage. Darryl

Your welcome. I'm very new at this but try and help out IDing when one is recognized.


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