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Nemoria intensaria? - Nemoria intensaria - male

Nemoria intensaria? - Nemoria intensaria - Male
6 miles south of Moab against the east wall in Spanish Valley, Grand County, Utah, USA
April 21, 2018

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Nemoria intensaria? - Nemoria intensaria - male Nemoria intensaria? - Nemoria intensaria - male

N. intensaria
Sorry, no dorsal, just two quick shots before it flew. Thanks for the hint about the pectinate antennae. I just uploaded the second shot that is not very clear, but shows a hint of a second white line. Pam

 
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In this genus, the males have pectines that are usually very short. (hard to see) So it isn't always obvious and many images are not likely to be gendered. The shot that you just added doesn't really show them. The female, linked below has a wider abdomen.

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Moved from ID Request.

Pectinate antennae = ♂
I think that you have the correct species, based on location, the faint lines and the reddish fringe. Did you get any dorsal shots?
See here:

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