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Photo#48704
Triphosa californiata

Triphosa californiata
Whistle Punk Trailhead, Gifford Pinchot NF, Skamania County, Washington, USA
April 19, 2006
Attracted to lights. Triphosa californiata. MONA 7287.

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Triphosa californiata Triphosa californiata

Moved
Moved from Tissue Moths.

7285 - Triphosa haesitata
.... confirmed by Gary Anweiler, Strickland Entomological Museum

 
ID
Bob, after submitting the ID request, I found a photo in Jeffrey Miller's Lepidoptera of the Pacific Northwest: Caterpillars and Adults that matches my photo very well so I think it might be T. californiata, at least it is very different from the other T. haesitata that I have. This publication is different that the Macromoths of Northwest Forest and Woodlands which is on the Web.

 
I agree, it's a perfect match....
for the forewings. Miller's specimen has very worn hindwings. Go with H. californiata.

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