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moth - Supralathosea baboquivariensis

moth - Supralathosea baboquivariensis
29.797499, -100.998049, Val Verde County, Texas, USA
January 27, 2018
Size: FW= 15-20mm

Moved from ID Request.

S. baboquivariensis
see my comments on this moth at


Supralathosea baboquivariensis
I concur and would put it in this species. The thin black rear margin of the FWs seems to be a distinct trait of S. baboquivariensis on BOLD specimens, in contrast to other candidate species which lack this.

Looks like another

As do your other submissions. I assume that’s what you were thinking…

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