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Arizona Moth - Psamatodes everiata

Arizona Moth - Psamatodes everiata
Pena Blanca Spring off Ruby Road, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
May 21, 2015
I cannot decide between Psamatodes abydata or everiata. The slight dottedness on the rear wing PM line may indicate abydata, the thin dashlike reniform mark is more like most everiata images.

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Moved from ID Request.

The PM line is rather flat and solid, along most of it's length. So, that should rule out the other species.

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