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Photo#163666
Hop Vine Moth - Hypena humuli

Hop Vine Moth - Hypena humuli
Summerland, Trout Creek, Evans Ave., Okanagan-Similkameen, British Columbia, Canada
May 7, 2007
One of the snout moths. I'm not sure about subfamily either; it could Hypeninae or Herminiinae.

Hypena
My call would be Hypena humuli, # 8461.


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Ditto
B.P.

 
Thanks guys!
Ah, i see, this is Hypena humuli indeed. Why didn't i suspect that? Probably because a living moth looks a little bit different when compared to a dead and spread one.

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