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Photo#1566025
Acronicta modica cat? - Euparthenos nubilis

Acronicta modica cat? - Euparthenos nubilis
Massanutten Resort, Rockingham County, Virginia, USA
July 28, 2018
Gathering_2018

Can anyone confirm?

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

We were thinking this might be
in that Melipotis / Phoberia cluster, but we are reasonably sure that this is Euparthenos nubilis, Owlets, pg 185.

 
That does look pretty good.
That does look pretty good.

 
based on
I had based my query on this image:

 
We looked at Acronicta
but the dorsal pattern is the reverse, dark in the center and light on the sides, whereas your post is light in the center and darker along the sides. That's why we looked at Euparthenos

 
I agree with you
is it safe for me to move to Locust Underwing?

 
thanks!
We had the adult at our sheets, as well!

I don't see Acronicta. Looks
I don't see Acronicta. Looks a lot more like a Zale but I wouldn't care to guess the species.

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