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The Consort Underwing - Catocala consors

The Consort Underwing - Catocala consors
Shady Lake Campground, Ouachita National Forest, Polk County, Arkansas, USA
June 20, 2008
Size: 1 1/4th inches wide
Found in the Eastern pine/oak forests of central Arkansas.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

8772 - Catocala consors
ID by Rick Gillmore, to whom I sent the photograph. (no rsvp, thanks)

Makes us think of C. consors
We don't find it on BugGuide, but you can see it at MPG here. Wait for confirmation from one of the moth wizards, though. This is a tough genus and we must confess to often being wrong!

Might be
one of the Underwings in the genus Catocala. You could look around here while waiting to hear from someone who knows these confusing moths better than I do.

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