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Heterocampa averna ?? - Heterocampa averna

Heterocampa averna ?? - Heterocampa averna
north of Portal, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
March 19, 2022
Riparian, Quercus sp., blooming apricot, 5400'

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Heterocampa averna ?? - Heterocampa averna Heterocampa averna ?? - Heterocampa averna

H. averna
Hi Steve,

My you have gone through a lot of my postings. A huge thanks! Each square on the moth sheet I bought from bioquip is 1 cm. Unfortunately it is terribly unstable in the wind, so I often end up just putting a sheet on our truck with big magnets. However, we think that we have figured out a way to stabilize it. I love that it attracts moths to both sides and is fairly easy to set up and break down.

Moved
Moved from ID Request. No question at this location. Further north it flies with the very similar, but smaller, H. amanda. So it is always a good idea to get a forewing (FW), wingspan (WS) or total length (TL) measurement.

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