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Cleora sublunaria

Cleora sublunaria
Jim Thorpe, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, USA
May 1, 2008
Size: 3 1/2 cm WS

Cleora sp.
Probably Cleora sublunaria based on the PM line meeting the costa two thirds distance from the base. The PM line of C. projecta meets the costa at three fourths the distance from the base. (see Rindge revision & key)

Thank-you! I had a whole

I had a whole bunch of these on the porch for several nights-I was surprised I couldn't find anything like it here..I could have sworn I took a photo of this species last year and put it on but I couldn't find it.

No worries
Glad to help. May I rotate your photo 180 degrees? That's what I did to ID it, and it was a big help.

Sure that's okay. ^__^
Sure that's okay. ^__^

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