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Acrolophus - Acrolophus texanella - female

Acrolophus - Acrolophus texanella - Female
Villiage of San Leanna (so. Austin), Travis County, Texas, USA
September 3, 2008
At lights in a small mesic patch under an oak-willow canopy...

ID [of Acrolophus piger. -Editor] determined by Ed Knudson, Texas Lepidoptera Survey, Houston.

Moved from Tubeworm Moths.

Moved from Acrolophus piger.

I think this is
A. texanella, not piger. It's got that little white mark, and the other markings are similar to images like this one: .

It may be worth at least removing this image from the ID section of the A. piger info page.

Moved from Tubeworm Moths.

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