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Photo#1394632
Apoda rectilinea - Apoda

Apoda rectilinea - Apoda
29.797499, -100.998049, Val Verde County, Texas, USA
April 29, 2017

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Moved from Butterflies and Moths.

The coloration is very different from anything I have seen. All of mine are quite light with the exception of one. It is my understanding that it can be A. latiloma if there is white along the median line as is the case with this moth. I think it takes an expert to delineate the species.

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Moved from ID Request. The tail end of Delmar's comment was cut off in the subject line. "4" is just the start of "4668".

This looks like what I call 4
This looks like what I call 4668 – Apoda rectilinea that I see in Kendall County, but I am not an expert.

 
4 ?
"4" seems to indicate a level of familiarity. I've never seen one of these before, but it's a very pretty moth.

 
it's a Texan
BG lists specimens from Texas as close to my locality as Campwood (

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