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Mycterophora longipalpata - male

Mycterophora longipalpata - Male
Eddy Mountains, 3,650', Siskiyou County, California, USA
August 10, 2019
Size: Wingspan = ~21.5 mm
I think this is the aptly named Mycterophora longipalpata, attracted to light. MPG has a good comparison photo and shows this moth in my area.

Moved
Moved from Geometrid Moths.

 
I'm clearing out Lepidoptera
I figured you would take care of the geos I got back in circulation.

 
Yes
I can place some of them, even if they are part of Erebidae, lol. Merry Christmas guys!

 
Wow
Certainly had me fooled! Those hindwings are especially misleading. Merry Christmas!

 
Thanks
Thanks Aaron and Bob. Merry Christmas!

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