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Hydriomena of some kind? - Hydriomena nubilofasciata

Hydriomena of some kind? - Hydriomena nubilofasciata
Aromas, San Benito County, California, USA
February 2, 2000
Size: ~22mm wingspan.
Came to black light. Similar to . (live oak/chaparral habitat).

Moved from Hydriomena.

100% DNA match
100% DNA match at BOLD to Hydriomena nubilofasciata.

Moved from Moths.

Hydriomena sp. is probably right
After getting the DNA results back from several Hydriomena should make a call but perhaps Hydriomena furcata.

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