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Stumped on this one.... - Diarsia rosaria

Stumped on this one.... - Diarsia rosaria
Port Alberni, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
May 22, 2008
Thought this might be Lacinipolia stricta, but the white outline on the orbicular spot doesn't seem to fit; then wondered if it might be a Euxoa....I just don't know. Would appreciate any help!

Moved
Moved from Moths.

Looks like Dick Wilson's, so maybe Diarsia rosaria too??

 
Diarsia rosaria -
Yes, they are very common during late spring.

 
Thanks, Illia
That's good to know - this is still the only one I've seen around here.

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