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Ufeus satyricus

Ufeus satyricus
SR 14, MP74 rest area, Klickitat County, Washington, USA
February 23, 2010
Attracted to lights. ID by Lars Crabo. The reddish colored version which occurs in the Western US is given the subspecies name sagittarius. Lars Crabo states that the group probably needs to be revised.

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Moved from Grote's Satyr Moth.

Hey John
Remember that big red moth i sent you pics of looks similar to this? i lost my comp in a house fire but the pics are still here in my images.
do you think lars would look at mine? drop me a mail if you have time?

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