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Plume moth - Geina tenuidactylus

Plume moth - Geina tenuidactylus
Pack Forest near Eatonville, Pierce County, Washington, USA
July 11, 2009
This looks a lot like John's 304257 but ours had a wingspan that was barely 10mm, so we don't know if ours was a different species or just a runt!

Moved from ID Request.

I think they are the same species, but not sure if they are the same individuals. In Powell & Opler they give the forewing length varying from 5.5 to 8 mm. On my sheet the thread count is about 3 per mm.

thats a good idea for measuri
thats a good idea for measuring..awesome
you guys have it all figured out..i am learning so much.

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