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Photo#523694
Anavitrinella? - Anavitrinella atristrigaria - male

Anavitrinella? - Anavitrinella atristrigaria - Male
Ruby, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
March 17, 2007
At light. A. atristrigaria?

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Anavitrinella atristrigaria - Hodges #6591
Nice!

yes geometrid
try looking at iridopsis
Iridopsis ยป Brown-shaded Gray Moth - Hodges#6586 (Iridopsis defectaria)

 
it is a geometridae in subfam
it is a geometridae in subfamily ennominae after that not sure check the Stenoporpia ----

 
Not sure about that
None of the many pics of Iridopsis show those strong black bars - I can find nothing as close as the bugguide photo #405739 of A. atristrigaria.

Chironomid?
... the fly I mean (joke).

I'm staring to really like these Geometrids. How varied and beautiful!

Sorry I'm no help with the lep ID yet...

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