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Rondaniella dimidiata

Rondaniella dimidiata
Pelham, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
October 20, 2011
Okay, I think I have this one right, but just wanted to make sure. I was apparently going back and forth between two different individuals, which were moving around, when I took these photos. Or else there were several of both kinds around.

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Yes...
...upper one is R. dimidiata. Easily to distinguish by vein M1 detached and the typical darkened wing tip. Lower one is on of the many Leia species.

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