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Moth - Apamea amputatrix

Moth - Apamea amputatrix
Trenton, Cache County, Utah, USA
August 10, 2010
Bigger than an average noctuid moth. My idea of an average noctuid is an Armyworm Moth.

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Looks like Yellow-headed Cutworm Moth
(Apamea amputatrix). I'm not too familiar with the western Apameas, but I have found A. amputatrix to be common in Utah, and this looks like a good match.

How about
one of the Apamea moths?

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