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Macaria - Macaria granitata

Macaria - Macaria granitata
Stafford, Stafford County, Virginia, USA
September 1, 2005
At first I thought this was another Granite Moth but is there a possibility it may be a Six-spotted Angle Moth, Hodges #6343 - Macaria sexmaculata? Confirmation or correction appreciated. I have looked at MPG and CBIF and I am still not sure.

Looks Like a Granite Moth to me.
Bob Patterson

 
Looks Like a Granite Moth to me.
Thanks, Bob.

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