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Schinia Moth observed 12-31-2021 9:26 pm southwest Hamilton County, Texas  - Schinia n-sp

Schinia Moth observed 12-31-2021 9:26 pm southwest Hamilton County, Texas - Schinia n-sp
Hamilton County, Texas, USA
December 31, 2021
Schinia Moth observed 12-31-2021 9:26 pm southwest Hamilton County, Texas
I was quite surprised to find this schinia on New Year's Eve! Not sure which one it is, so help would be much appreciated.

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Schinia Moth observed 12-31-2021 9:26 pm southwest Hamilton County, Texas  - Schinia n-sp Schinia Moth observed 12-31-2021 9:26 pm southwest Hamilton County, Texas  - Schinia n-sp

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

I looked at Schinia parmelian
I looked at Schinia parmeliana and also saw similarities, but also differences. Chuck Harp thinks it is possibly a new(?) species called Schinia quaesita.
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/104158235
I'm calling it the NYE Moth, since it showed up on New Year's Eve.

Schinia parmeliana
Perhaps Schinia parmeliana?

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