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Mystery Macaria? --  - Trotorhombia metachromata - female

Mystery Macaria? -- - Trotorhombia metachromata - Female
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
August 30, 2017
Size: Wingspan ≈25mm
On black light illuminated sheet in the evening. Photo was taken on the next day in daylight. This tattered moth looks like having had a tough time (not my handling, this is how I found it!). The rounded cutout of the outer margin suggests to me that this is a Macaria but I cannot find a match for this unusually patterned individual. Is it not a Macaria? I would appreciate help.


Thank you, Kyhl.
It's good to have experts to rely on. On my MPG walk I quit one plate to soon.

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