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Moth - Feralia deceptiva

Moth - Feralia deceptiva
Belfair, Mason County, Washington, USA
April 13, 2010
Does Green Marvel/Agriopodes fallax extend into the Pacific Northwest?

Moved
Moved from Feralia.

Moved
Moved from Owlet Moths.

I am probably too influenced by location, but I would favor F. deceptiva.

Moved
Moved from ID Request. Just clearing ID request. Probably wants a more specific home.

Sallow
I was thinking Major Sallow Moth - Hodges #10007, but not sure. Then there is the distribution thing. Wish I could be more help.

I'm not a moth expert, but
this looks more like something in Feralia to me.

Not an ID; just a suggestion, for what it's worth. :)

 
It does, and I appreciate you
It does, and I appreciate your suggestion.

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