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Moth with four yellow notches - Hypsopygia binodulalis

Moth with four yellow notches - Hypsopygia binodulalis
Maplesville, Chilton County, Alabama, USA
May 16, 2018
This was a greenish gray moth with two yellow notches on the costa of each forewing corresponding to the yellow and fairly straight AM and PM lines. The lines seemed to emanate from the notches themselves. Both met the inner margin on an upstroke. The rest of his costa were rimmed with rusty orange. His fringe was light orange.

Hypsopygia binodulalis – Pink-fringed Dolichomia Moth, Hodges 5530?

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Reminds me of the genus Hypsopygia.
I'm not an expert though, so i'd wait for an expert's opinion.

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