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Hylephila phyleus? - Hylephila phyleus

Hylephila phyleus? - Hylephila phyleus
San Jose, Santa Clara County, California, USA
May 3, 2008
Size: ~ 2 - 2.5 cm
I think it is Hylephila phyleus but I'm not sure. I'm also interesting to identify sex of insect.

H. Phyleus looks right to me.
I've seen a few flying in SoCal recently, and they're very common here late in the summer. While no expert, I think you have to see the end of the abdomen to determine sex.

 
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