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Photo#40054
Apantesis sp. - Apantesis phalerata - female

Apantesis sp. - Apantesis phalerata - Female
Gettysburg, Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA
August 25, 2005
Size: 35mm
A specimen from my collection. Attracted to a blacklight sheet. I am thinking possibly species A. nais or A. carlotta, but I'm not sure about the red coloring on the hindwing. Can anyone comfirm? Thanks!

Moved
Moved from Apantesis.

Apantesis phalerata
Harnessed Tiger Moth - Hodges#8169; black spot visible on each side of collar.

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How about this one?

Probably nais, but hard to se
Probably nais, but hard to seperate from phalerata or vittata

 
Thanks!
Are you certain enough to move it to A. nais or should I let it at the genus level?

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