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Southern Spragueia Moth - Spragueia jaguaralis - male

Southern Spragueia Moth - Spragueia jaguaralis - Male
south Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
July 30, 2008
At lights in small mesic patch under a canopy of willow, pecan and live oaks...

There are four postings here,
two from Texas and two from Arizona, that look like the same thing, they are split between S. dama and S. jaguaralis on BugGuide, but don't look quite right in either place. I would say they are not S. dama. All four look considerably more like S. jaguaralis, but I'm not certain if they really belong there. I'm not moving any of them yet, since I don't know these moths well enough yet.

Here are the others:


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