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Photo#1453034
Black moth with copper eyes - Tetanolita mynesalis - female

Black moth with copper eyes - Tetanolita mynesalis - Female
Maplesville, Chilton County, Alabama, USA
October 8, 2017
Size: 1 cm WS
This was a black moth with two copper eyes.

Moved to Smoky Tetanolita
Moved from ID Request.

Female (no "notch" on antennae)

Smoky tetanolita?
Smoky tetanolita?

 
Smoky tetanolita
I think he is a Smoky tetanolita. He had a WS of about 1 cm, so really not big enough to be Idia lubricalis, and the two spots on each wing were not touching the margin. Thank you.

ID of this Moth…
"I'm" seeing a…
Glossy Black Idia Moth
(Idia lubricalis)…

https://www.butterfliesandmoths.org/sighting_details/1132514

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