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Dart sp - Parabagrotis formalis

Dart sp - Parabagrotis formalis
Cheney, Spokane County, Washington, USA
May 17, 2020

Moved from Owlet Moths.

Parabagrotis formalis. The th
Parabagrotis formalis. The thick black collar is a good clue, as well as the broad open orbicular spot


Parabagrotis formalis
Try Parabagrotis formalis that looks like it to me. (I'm no expert)

Similar to Ochropleura implecta
Looks like a lighter version of Ochropleura implecta. Commenting so I can see what the experts say!

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