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Besma quercivoraria - male

Besma quercivoraria - Male
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
June 25, 2019
Size: About 40 mm WS
Attracted to UV light.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

 
Besma quercivoraria
Thanks Bob

Nematocampa resistaria?
Nematocampa resistaria?

 
Nematocampa resistaria
Are you sure? I did not see a double PM line in my specimen and it seems to show an ST line as well as discal spots that would all suggest to me an Oak Besma. Of course, I could be wrong. We have both species here.

 
Oops!
I think I was thrown off by the shape of the AM and PM, which I thought were too curved for Besma. Sorry for the confusion!

 
Oops!
No worry at all! Thanks.

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