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Photo#462474
Hodges #2905 Eucosmini - Barbara mappana

Hodges #2905 Eucosmini - Barbara mappana
Edmundston, Madawaska County, New Brunswick, Canada
July 16, 2010
Size: micro

Moved
Moved from Eucosmini.

I think this is Barbara mappa
I think this is Barbara mappana.

 
Thank for this id..
Thank for this id..

Moved
Moved from Retinia gemistrigulana. I don't even think the genus was right. Please explain your ID.

 
You may be right, if you have
You may be right, if you have a suggestion please tel me..

 
ID
I have sent my idea off for review by an expert. Please don't place any images in the guide at a location that you are unsure of the ID. It is better to leave an image in ID Request or at Moths than to place it at an incorrect location. Misplaced images are often overlooked (meaning it will be a long time before you do get a REAL id), and they only subtact value from the guide as the incorrect images hurt other people chances of getting a correct ID if the misplaced images are used to make their ID. Not sure if that all makes sense.

 
I agreed with your comments.
I agreed with your comments. I will leave the photo there for a short while and move it away if I don't have more informations concerning the correct id.

 
While waiting for expert comments
please see the bottom left image here (just my guess as I know nothing of ranges or simiar species)
http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/species.php?hodges=2905

 
Yes, quite similar... that wa
Yes, quite similar... that was my first guest, but a friend told me it was not it so... I will wait for the expert..

Moved
Moved from Retinia.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

 
Barbara mappana
Richard I have it in my collection

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