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Photo#217855
Noctuid moth - Hypocoena basistriga

Noctuid moth - Hypocoena basistriga
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
August 24, 2008
Size: Small
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Noctuid moth - Hypocoena basistriga Noctuid moth - Hypocoena basistriga

Moved
Moved from Sand Wainscot Moth.

Moved
Moved from Owlet Moths.

Moved
Moved from Mythimna.

Ommatostola lintneri
I think it is Ommatostola lintneri (Noctuidae: Xyleninae: Apameini), Hodges' List # 9395.

 
oh..
another new one for BG then
Edit: The only picture I can find is one here at CBIF it doesn't look similar.
Is it still melanic?
http://www.cbif.gc.ca/spp_pages/noctuoidea/jpgs/image_e.php?image%5B%5D=109395.jpg%2COmmatostola%2Blintneri

 
Yes, I think it is just a dar
Yes, I think it is just a darker specimen. The species page on BugGuide is here:
http://bugguide.net/node/view/215048/bgimage

more pictures are available at Moths photographers group:
http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/species.php?hodges=9395

 
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I come up with no search results, must have done something wrong.

Coincidentally, I've been looking at that moth recently on the internet and wondered if it was found in Alberta.

Moved
Moved from Lesser Wainscot.

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