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Dowdy Pinion? - Lithophane unimoda

Dowdy Pinion? - Lithophane unimoda
Canton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA
June 2, 2004
It looks like the picture on page 408 in Wagner's book (1) of the last instar of the Lithophane unimoda. Does anyone agree or disagree?

Distinct Quaker maybe?
Have you looked at p.422 in Wagner? Achatia distincta??

 
The reason I was thinking Dow
The reason I was thinking Dowdy Pinion was the solid dorsal stripe, and the dotted subdorsal stripes. The Distinct Quaker description says that the only well defined stripe is subdorsal.

 
I think...
you're correct on this one. My mistake.

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