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Photo#315949
Deep blue.. moth? - Harrisina metallica

Deep blue.. moth? - Harrisina metallica
Montezuma, San Miguel County, New Mexico, USA
June 12, 2009
Size: smallish
Crawling around on a perky sue - I would love to know what this one is...

Moved

Based on location,
this is almost certainly H. metallica, and not H. americana.

 
Yes
You are correct sir. That's my fault for not paying attention to location during one of my 'image moving sprees.' Thanks for catching it.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Looks like...
a Grapeleaf Skeletonizer.

Though, 5cm seems a bit too large.

 
size
lord knows that my post facto size estimate is probably not spot on.
thanks a ton!

Not certain
but maybe a grapeleaf skeletonizer.

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