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Euxoa? - Copibryophila angelica

Euxoa? - Copibryophila angelica
near Tahoka Lake, Lynn County, Texas, USA
July 29, 2018
Size: nose to tail approx 12 mm

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Euxoa? - Copibryophila angelica Euxoa? - Copibryophila angelica

Neither Euxoa nor Sympistis, this is Copibryophila angelica
Moved from ID Request.

 
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Nice to have this one identified. Thanks Kyhl and Congratulations Ellen.

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See what you think about MPG. Look at the Jim Troubridge spread. If I am right, it would be a nice addition for the guide.

I subscribed because I had looked for this one and could not come up with a good suggestion. S. occata, in my experience has a tufted head and a very fuzzy pronotum.

Note the jagged AM line on this one. I think only Ed could speak to the species ID for this one.

Sympistis?
Sympistis apis was suggested by Ed Knudson, which is quite credible; i might prefer S. occata but lack experience with these

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