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Clostera

Clostera
Near lake Thunderbird , Cleveland County, Oklahoma, USA
April 7, 2020
I’m not finding any other examples in the guide with the curve in the diagonal line

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Aberration?
I sure can't find any with that curve on BG, BAMONA or MPG. I'm leaning toward inclusa but I really don't know. Inclusa has been reported in March and May in Oklahoma and 1 each in Texas and Louisiana in April. This may be a very special little moth or just outside of my search skills. Good luck!

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