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Virbia? - Phaedropsis

Virbia? - Phaedropsis
Mark Twain National Forest, Phelps County, Missouri, USA
August 3, 2019
Size: ~9 mm TL
Came to sheet lit by Coleman lantern at the Lane Spring Campground. Was going to suggest Eubaphe unicolor, but now realize this moth is probably too small for that. The dark legs are probably not right for Virbia. Wing shape had me thinking something under Pyraloidae, but cannot find anything like it there.

Moved tentatively

Maybe not too small
Jim Vargo's pinned image of Eubaphe unicolor at MPG with a wingspan of 21 mm has a ratio of WS = ~ 2.28X body length. Applying that ratio to your ~ 9 mm TL would give a WS of about 20.5 mm.

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Moved from ID Request.

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