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Smoky Tetanolita Moth - Hodges #8366 - Tetanolita mynesalis - male

Smoky Tetanolita Moth - Hodges #8366 - Tetanolita mynesalis - Male
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
May 4, 2008

Moved
Moved from Sober Renia.

Not a Renia
The knots on the antennae of male Renia species are more pronounced and located farther up the antennae toward the tip. The knots on these antennae are a perfect match for a male Tetanolita though. I would call this a smoky Tetanolita.

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