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Photo#597013
Yellow Moth - Neohelvibotys arizonensis

Yellow Moth - Neohelvibotys arizonensis
San Pedro River Valley, SE of San Manuel, Pinal County, Arizona, USA
July 17, 2011
Size: approx 15 mm
I think this is the same individual, but not sure - same place and time.

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Yellow Moth - Neohelvibotys arizonensis Yellow Moth - Neohelvibotys arizonensis

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Thanks Jason
Your help and time is greatly appreciated. From the photos here on Bug Guide, it looks a lot like a Neohelvibotys (I think there are 2 species in AZ) or Helvibotys helvialis, but I have no idea how you could tell them apart.

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