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Trotorhombia metachromata - female

Trotorhombia metachromata - Female
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
July 10, 2020
Size: About 25 mm WS
Attracted to UV light. This one was not even on my radar! Took a while to find it.

Moved from ID Request.

Trotorhombia metachromata
Thanks Bob.

A regular visitor at my home
A regular visitor at my home in Gainesville. Check out mine and others postings on iNaturalist! Becoming more common and I'll have details soon about life history, I'll include this observation.

A regular visitor at my home
"Becoming more common" - yes. The species is clearly on the move. May be established in our part of the panhandle. I am hoping for others at my lights next Spring.

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