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Early Zanglognatha? - Hahncappsia mellinialis

Early Zanglognatha? - Hahncappsia mellinialis
Patagonia, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
August 8, 2007
Size: about an inch across
This was the closest match I could find in the Kaufman guide; again, in the ladies' room at Patagonia Lake.

Moved from Crambid Snout Moths.

Very worn, but pretty sure this is it. I've gotten them at Pena Blanca.

Moved from Pyraloidea.

Moved from Moths.

This is a Pyralid Moth....
...but I have no idea what species it is.

Pyralid Moth
Thanks, Bob!

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