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Simple Wave Moth - Scopula quinquelinearia

Simple Wave Moth - Scopula quinquelinearia
In Westwood by porch light; elevation 5100ft, Lassen County, California, USA
June 20, 2007
Size: About 31mm wide as posed
A fairly common moth in Westwood. Some specimens are more whitish with smaller black specks.

Moved
Moved from Scopula.

Virtually the same looks as your other moth, below.
Identified by DNA:

Moved
Moved from Simple Wave.

Scopula junctaria does not have discal dots. Moving to genus until closer review.
Thanks.

 
Thank you Maury...
... for noticing this misplaced moth. I did not send this specimen to the folks at BOLD; but now I think perhaps it is another Scopula quinquelinearia (1). (?)

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