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Photo#610051
Nochtuidae - Crocigrapha normani

Nochtuidae - Crocigrapha normani
Madrid, rural, Boone County, Iowa, USA
April 10, 2011
Size: 2- cm
April 10, 2011 Date was when I found it dead at bottom of rearing jar.
Size is from head to tip of wing

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Moved
Moved from Moths.

likely Crocigrapha normani
Looks like Crocigrapha normani, Norman's Quaker. April date makes sense for that species as well.

 
Thanks Paul,
you just answered more questions than you thought. I reared this and the later instar photos were suspect so I thought perhaps I had mixed up the photos. Now that I know the adult identification I checked BG and yes, the larval instars do look quite different so my photos are OK. I can go ahead and post them Thanks again!

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