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Arizona Moth - Homoanarta

Arizona Moth - Homoanarta
Rustler Park, Chiricahua Mts. , Cochise County, Arizona, USA
August 29, 2018
On sheet with UV black light. This species if confirmed needs a Guide Page.

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Arizona Moth - Homoanarta Arizona Moth - Homoanarta

I'm leaning more towards peralta based on pattern and range
Moved from ID Request.

other submission
Kyhl - you suggested also that this other submission of mine might be peralta . My thought is that whatever either of them are, they are almost certainly not the same. Shape and pattern too different. The specimen submitted here would seem to me to be the one much closer to peralta.

I agree with peralta, I forgot originally to submit that as my suggestion.

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