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Moth - Protorthodes oviduca

Moth - Protorthodes oviduca
Opp, Covington County, Alabama, USA
February 28, 2019
Size: 1 inch long


Protorthodes oviduca. And I w
Protorthodes oviduca. And I wish people would not move things in very unhelpful ways (as in when genus or at least family is clear, taking it back to Order Lepidoptera) just because they don't know. Not helpful! At very least let it rest in Noctuidae!

Unhelpful moves
Personally, I try to minimize them, but it's hard to get to everything. Eventually, images pile up too much and have to be moved en masse. Marcia may not have noticed the comments on this image.

Moved from ID Request.

Looks like Protorthodes ovidu
Looks like Protorthodes oviduca - Ruddy Quaker.

Protorthodes oviduca?
Protorthodes oviduca?

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