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Idaea furciferata - female

Idaea furciferata - Female
San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA
April 26, 2008
Acler*is semi*purpurana. If not then that size.

Moved from Moths.

Idaea furciferata, female.

Kind of looks
like a Texas Gray Moth.


Gary- This moth does not have
Gary- This moth does not have the same kind of antennae as the Texas Grey Moth. Please take another look.

I really
can't see much of the antenna on you photo, legs yes. Appears females don't have the feathery antenna as the males. Here is another reference to Glenoides texanaria, have a look:

Hopefully someone more knowledgeable will give an opinion here.


Gary- I believe you are corre
Gary- I believe you are correct. I was confusing the legs with the antenna. On this image the antenna is not shown well but they do not seem to be the feathery kind. The female of this species has ordinary antenna thus this one could be a female Glenoides texanaria. Thanks!

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