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Photo#427133
Orange and Black Moth - Neoalbertia constans

Orange and Black Moth - Neoalbertia constans
Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, USA
July 15, 2010
This moth looks like Pyromorpha dimidiata but my book says its range is eastern North America.

Moved to Neoalbertia constans
Moved from Pyromorpha rata.

Tentative ID. This is not Neofelderia rata (Edwards, 1882) which has a black head, black thorax, and black along coastal margin. There are two examples in BugGuide for that species as well as a link to BOLD images.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

4636 - Pyromorpha rata
(no rsvp, thanks)

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