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Micro Moth 6 - Nemoria intensaria - female

Micro Moth 6 - Nemoria intensaria - Female
Paul Bunyan's Woodpile Trailhead, Juab County, Utah, USA
July 22, 2020
Size: 15 mm wing span
I have a series of 16 micro moths that I collected as part of National Moth Week. I am wanting to get them identified so they can be posted but I am not good with this big group of moths. I am hoping there is someone who can help with ID. I know this one is an emerald

Moved from Nemoria.

Thanks John!

Nemoria intensaria
Hi John - from the location and date, the pink fringe, and the line patterns, I have a fairly strong confidence that this is Nemoria intensaria, though the abdominal markings are a little hard to make out. You can see examples on our website here:

Moved from ID Request.

Antennae without pectines (this genus) = ♀

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