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Glaucina? - Eumacrodes yponomeutaria

Glaucina? - Eumacrodes yponomeutaria
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
October 24, 2009
Size: ~18 mm w/s
Came to UV light. I couldn't find a match under Glaucina, but the pattern and body shape seemed closer to that genus than to my other guesses, Tornos and Eupithecia.

Moved tentatively from Geometrid Moths.

Mike and John,

Did either of you consider ?

Thanks, Ann. I don't think I was aware of that species or genus till now. I'd say that my and Mike's moths are probably the same species as Stuart's, which has been ID'd by Ed Knudson. I'll move my image tentatively.

Moved from Moths.

see link
similar moth here:

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