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Photo#554049
Noctuidae: Apamea amputatrix? - Apamea amputatrix

Noctuidae: Apamea amputatrix? - Apamea amputatrix
Fisher, Polk County, Minnesota, USA
July 29, 2011
Size: Length ~ 2.5 cm
This specimen may be an example of the Yellow-head Cutworm Moth (Hodges #9348). It seems to possess the two white dots in the corner of each reniform spot, and it resembles this BG image:


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Noctuidae: Apamea amputatrix? - Apamea amputatrix Noctuidae: Apamea amputatrix? - Apamea amputatrix

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