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Bold EB10Or-0031 - Feralia februalis - male

Bold EB10Or-0031 - Feralia februalis - Male
Wolf Creek, Josephine County, Oregon, USA
March 5, 2010
i couldnt quite match it to anything else. meadowski seems close but so does februalis, as Dick pointed out.

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Bold EB10Or-0031 - Feralia februalis - male Bold EB10Or-0031 - Feralia februalis

Moved
Moved from Feralia.

Looks Like 10009 - Feralia februalis
Just to get on record before the DNA report :-) (no rsvp, thanks)

Moved
Moved from Moths.

How about Feralia februalis?
The terminal markings look close to F. februalis. However, it is a bit late as it is March.

 
yep it is close,
close to the other one too. ill just stick in the feltia area,i get i went back and forth and back and forth, (but it will go to dna..) as to dates, i had another februalis flying in january, so i dont think we can trust that. :-)

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