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Datana sp - Datana perspicua

Datana sp - Datana perspicua
2 miles north of Colmesneil, Tyler County, Texas, USA
September 11, 2012

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Datana sp - Datana perspicua Datana sp - Datana perspicua

Looks good for perspicua
Found from SE Canada south to Florida and west to California. Moved from ID Request.

Looks like ...
Spotted Datana (Datana perspicua). If so, it would be a Texas first for BG & MPG

 
What about...
these?:
(Texas 2016) (2015) There may be others, but I'm not sure. They are similar to some of the other species, such as Datana drexelii:

 
Looks like ...
Cool! What do I need to do?

 
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Sorry, Wanda. I can't make a suggestion. I have never had an answer to the two or three I have posted. However, I checked the Lep Society database and the only one of the species mentioned above that have been identified in Texas is Datana perspicua. All sightings were in West Texas except for one in Hamm Creek Park which I consider North Central Texas.

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