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Photo#250494
Scopula umbilicata

Scopula umbilicata
San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA
January 25, 2009

Perhaps...
a species within Scopula

 
Nina- Thanks! See what you th
Nina- Thanks! See what you thank about Scopula umbilicata.

 
I did
I had seen that one before I posted to you--I'm not confident enough on the ID to say "yeah, that looks like it."

NIna

 
what do you think
this is your own image from last year or so... ID's as S. umbilicata

 
Nina- I think they are the sa
Nina- I think they are the same speces

 
this one of yours is closer
this one looks more like the specimen you have here

also yours from oct of this past yr

 
Nina- If you are satisfied th
Nina- If you are satisfied they are the same speces I will change name and post to BG.

 
well...
if we're wrong, let's hope someone will jump in with a fix.
Nina

 
Nina- One of the things I lik
Nina- One of the things I like about BG is that it documents date of picture. Thus when a picture is submitted it is also showing the season for that insect. Sometimes, like this one, I submit it for documentation of its season even though I might already have another one in BG. In this part of the world the season never ends for some insects.

Thanks for your help.

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