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Photo#139607
Proboscis Moth - Sparganothis unifasciana

Proboscis Moth - Sparganothis unifasciana
Minden, Haliburton, Ontario, Canada
December 31, 1969
Size: About 0.5 inches long
This unusual little moth appears to have a long nose. Can someone ID it please?

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Moved from Moths.

One-banded Sparganothis - Hodges#3711 - Sparganothis unifasciana
I think this is Sparganothis unifasciana.



Nolie

 
Proboscis Moth
Thank you very much, Nolie.

 
It seems like a firm ID
Go ahead and move it to the guide.

I believe this falls into the
I believe this falls into the genus Sparganothis. It would be a good place to start while waiting to see if someone can identify the species.

 
Proboscis moth
Thanks, Stephen.

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