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Hydriomena of some kind? - Hydriomena nubilofasciata

Hydriomena of some kind? - Hydriomena nubilofasciata
Aromas, San Benito County, California, USA
February 2, 2009
Size: ~18mm wingspan.
Came to black light. A lighter version of this guy which was seen at the same time & place? (live oak/chaparral habitat).

Moved from Larentiinae. 100% DNA match at BOLD to Hydriomena nubilofasciata.

Moved from Larentiinae.

Moved from Geometrid Moths.

Moved from Moths.

I'd say so
but it's too worn to ever be able to tell, you can see the spots where it's missing most of it's scales. It is likely the same as the other image you linked.

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