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122009Hopper - Eratoneura comoides

122009Hopper - Eratoneura comoides
Hillsborough County, Florida, USA
December 20, 2009
Size: <5mm
drawn to blacklight

Moved from Erythroneura.

Moved from ID Request.

Maybe something in/near Erythroneura?

I guess you are right.

Eratoneura comoides
These two are indeed the same species, restricted to the southeastern states (FL, SC and presumably GA). This is the most heavily spotted member of Eratoneura, and looks a lot like Erythroneura except that the markings at the base of the wings have larger white areas.

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