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Toothed Idia Moth (Idia denticulalis) - Idia concisa

Toothed Idia Moth (Idia denticulalis) - Idia concisa
Farmington Hills, Oakland County, Michigan, USA
July 14, 2009
Size: ±1 in
I found this moth by my porch light.

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8333 - Idia denticulalis
Please consider trimming your photos suitably to conserve disk space on the BugGuide server and increase speed of operation for everyone. I trimmed your original photo (1822x1219 pixels, 487,062 bytes diskspace) to 300x225 pixels (21,823 bytes). The moth actually appears larger now because the large photo is not shrunk to fit the 560 pixel maximum photo size displayed at BugGuide. More than 20 photos of the new size can be stored in the space occupied by the original photo. It makes no sense to post photos larger than 560 pixels in either dimension.

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