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Photo#477153
Erebid Moth - Hypena palparia

Erebid Moth - Hypena palparia
Pack Forest (near Eatonville), Pierce County, Washington, USA
July 11, 2009
See other images from the 2009 BugGuide Gathering here: gathering_2009

Moved
Moved from Frass.

Frassed
Moved from Hypena.

 
Oh, I wouldn't frass it!
It's a great shot and none of the other photos of this guy show the underwing so clearly.

Pretty sure
it's Hypena palparia. John got one too:

Moved
Moved from Mottled Bomolocha.

Moved
Moved from Hypena.

Moved
Moved from Moths.

Hypena
This is actually an Erebid moth in the genus Hypena (formerly Bomolocha)... I'm not familiar enough with the western species to say which species this ts though.

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