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Brown and mint green moth - Salebriaria squamopalpiella

Brown and mint green moth - Salebriaria squamopalpiella
Maplesville, Chilton County, Alabama, USA
May 9, 2018
This was a brown moth that had mint green shading on his costa from the basal to PM area. There was a patch of green that met at the inner margin at the median level. A thin and deeply jagged median was also overlaid on this patch with an M visible in the middle. He also had dark brown C shapes at the ST area, with the one on the left wing being oriented correctly. His terminal line was black and shallowly scalloped. Under his terminal line he also had four other layers in this order going down: Light gray, medium gray, dark gray (widest), and a very thin line of light great right on the outer margin. His antennae were brown and rope-like.

Moved, Salebriaria squamopalpiella
Moved from ID Request.

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