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Photo#137353
Noctuid C-pillar? - Cargida pyrrha

Noctuid C-pillar? - Cargida pyrrha
Arivaca Cienega, Pima County, Arizona, USA
August 16, 2007
Size: ~3cm
1 of 2 images

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Noctuid C-pillar? - Cargida pyrrha Noctuid C-pillar? - Cargida pyrrha

Moved

Looks similar to the Cargida
image at Arizona Moths here. Must be a genus close by but we haven't found it yet.

 
Thank you
J&J - as always your detective work is both useful and appreciated. Happy New Year!

 
While we were looking up your new moth
we revisited this one. Don't know why we thought it wasn't right. Your other image is a perfect match for
Cargida pyrrha [ MONA 7964 ]
last instar: Singer Photo 1 --- Singer Photo 2
Foodplants: Condalia lyciodies & Zizyphus (RHAMNACEAE)

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