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4957 - Mutuuraia mysippusalis  - Anania mysippusalis - female

4957 - Mutuuraia mysippusalis - Anania mysippusalis - Female
Salem, Marion County, Oregon, USA
June 12, 2009
Size: 25/30mm
Drepanulatrix came to light with another Drepanulatrix sp.
I unfortunately got only 1 image of this.

Moved
Moved from Moths.

No, It is a Pyraloid Moth, Crambidae-Pyralidae
Size should be a measurement of a single forewing length or of the wingspan when wings are fully spread (as in a spread specimen). We may have a very difficult time getting an ID based on this photograph.

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