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which plume moth? - Geina periscelidactylus

which plume moth? - Geina periscelidactylus
Baiting Hollow, Suffolk County, New York, USA
June 20, 2008

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which plume moth? - Geina periscelidactylus which plume moth? - Geina periscelidactylus

Thanks John and Kevin
John, yours does look like mine.
This one looks similar:

Reminds me of
this one, but it never got IDed.

 
Geina?
There are two or three species of Geina in the Guide that look very similar to these two...

 
Geina sp.
Over 1200 moths have been determined at The University of Texas' field station, Brackenridge Field Laboratory, and Geina tenuidactyla is the species they put on their moth home page.

Am not sure if it's your sp., but it's obviously close...

Here's the link to the Geina spp. at MPG
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