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Macaria sp.? - Aethalura intertexta

Macaria sp.? - Aethalura intertexta
Harvard, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
May 4, 2004

Moved from Digrammia.

Moved from Geometrid Moths.

Tom, I am sure you long ago lost interest in this one, but smooth PM line makes me think it "might" by 6355 – Digrammia sublacteolata - which I have never seen and is illusive most places. My only other thought, because of the darkening in the center of the body was a poorly marked Hollow-spotted which looks to range more commonly in your area. Wonder if you have ever seen any more like it since then?

I forgot about this one
And I don't believe I found another one like it. The other one that occurs in Massachusetts is Faint-lined. Maybe it's that one?

Interesting, I am not familiar with that one. You are probably right.

Moved from Moths.

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