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Moth ID request - Inguromorpha n-sp - male

Moth ID request - Inguromorpha n-sp - Male
8 mi. SW of Wimberley, Comal County, Texas, USA
May 22, 2008
Size: 31mm wingspan
At mercury vapor lamp. Appears to be some kind of "ring-tailed" male Notodontid. HW is gray like body, with a lighter band along its inner margin.

Moved
Moved from Inguromorpha.

Moved to Inguromorpha
Moved from Carpenter and Leopard Moths.

ID'd on MPG here.

Cossidae
This is a member of Cossidae. Probably something close to:


Inguromorpha

Or maybe a species of Hypopta. I'll have to look into it further to see if I can narrow it down.

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