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Photo#673697
  - Callistege intercalaris

- Callistege intercalaris
Madera Canyon Upper parking lot, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
July 13, 2012

Euclidia intercalaris - Hodges #8740
Moved from Moths.

 
So it really was different from diagonalis
I couldn't quite tell why but I thought so

 
E. diagonalis > intercalaris compared
Notice the shape of the triangle in the basal area of Euclidia diagonalis is a regular triangle shape.

That triangle in C. intercalaris has a "tail" extending off the inner corner towards the anal angle.
Both species are in your area.
Thanks

Euclidia diagonalis


Callistege intercalaris

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