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Photo#203282
Light Brown Moth - Anania extricalis

Light Brown Moth - Anania extricalis
48.16354N 53.96669W (WGS84), Clarenville, Random Sound, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland/Labrador, Canada
July 11, 2008
Size: 12 mm nose to end of body
Photographed after dark near a lit pourch light.

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Light Brown Moth - Anania extricalis Light Brown Moth - Anania extricalis

Moved
Moved from Anania.

Anania extricalis dionalis
Looks like a very brown example. Note the lack of a hindwing am. line, the shape of the pm. line and the location.

Moved

Anania
It looks like an Anania, but it doesn't quite fit mysippusalis or extricalis...

Moved
Moved from Pyralid Moths.

Take a look in Pyraustinae.

Moved
Moved from Moths.

Pyralid
I can't find anything that matches the wandering PM line of this specimen.

 
Not an ID but

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