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Photo#148054
6027697 geo - Cabera erythemaria - female

6027697 geo - Cabera erythemaria - Female
Rocky Mt NP, Colorado, USA
July 9, 2007

Moved
Moved from Ennominae.

Moved
Moved from Geometrid Moths.

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Rob, I am pretty certain this is but I will let you move it there if you agree. You have more experience than I do, but MPG says it has been seen in Colorado.

 
It does look like that. I ha
It does look like that. I had it as Protitame virginalis by Patterson.

 
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I CERTAINLY do not trump Bob Patterson!!! Where did that information come from. I don't see it on this post unless I am blind?

 
On Moth photographers group.
On Moth photographers group.

 
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I guess I can be forgiven for not seeing his comment here. I looked on MPG and would assume possibly compared to a worn Mark Dreiling and a more common distribution.. Sorry I commented but thank you for answering. You can leave it here or move it to Bob's ID.

 
Comparing the 2, I find that
Comparing the 2, I find that your Cabera's pattern matches better, and am going with that. Thanks.

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