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Oligia sp. - Oligia tusa - female

Oligia sp. - Oligia tusa - Female
Salem, Marion County, Oregon, USA
July 22, 2008
attracted to light

Moved from Oligia.

Moved from Owlet Moths.

Jason, sorry this is as far as I feel comfortable moving this moth.

Moved from Moths.

The lighting is a little off -
But I can point you to the genus Oligia. There, the O. indirecta is similar, but I can't say for sure.

Thanks. I have a hard time with pics taken at night, even with various flash intensity. This one appeared very dark.
Michel Kleinbaum

You're right on with the genus, but I'm fairly certain this is species Oligia tusa.

Here's a CBIF image for comparison:


That was fast. Thanks again
Michel Kleinbaum

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