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Nemoria intensaria? - Nemoria intensaria - female

Nemoria intensaria? - Nemoria intensaria - Female
Eastern Sierra, Mono County, California, USA
May 7, 2021
~7100' elevation, Rattlesnake Grade.
Attracted to UV light.

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Nemoria intensaria
Bob
Thanks for this id and all the others! I cross posted this with iNaturalist and got this response from brunfelsia (John Gruber).

This is an excellent example- fresh and unworn - a female - showing the intense blue green color (esp on the underside of abdomen), as well as lots of pink markings notable on the wing fringe as well as legs - great photos. There are other intesnaria from Inyo Co. E / Calif near Nevada border in the collections of the California Academy of Sciences. Our page: http://moths.friendscentral.org/nemoria-intensaria.html

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