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Photo#439275
Moth  - Sicya morsicaria - female

Moth - Sicya morsicaria - Female
Cochiti Lake , Sandoval County, New Mexico, USA
August 3, 2010
Size: 15mm
Battered and blown by the wind, this guy hangs on to the time he has left. Seems he has lost a lot of powder from his wings.

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Moth  - Sicya morsicaria - female Moth  - Sicya morsicaria - female

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The Tiny Bit of Upper Wing Surface that is Visible........
.... suggests 6915 - Sicya morsicaria. (no rsvp, thanks)

When his wings were opened an
When his wings were opened an orange yellow color appeared. No shot of it, just my word.

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