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Euxoa septentrionalis ? - Euxoa septentrionalis

Euxoa septentrionalis ? - Euxoa septentrionalis
Aromas, San Benito County, California, USA
October 6, 2012
Size: 40.7mm wingspan.
Came to black light/MV trap. (live oak/chaparral habitat). Looks like another . I'm guessing it is Euxoa septentrionalis which (according to http://pnwmoths.biol.wwu.edu/browse/family-noctuidae/subfamily-noctuinae/tribe-noctuini/euxoa/euxoa-septentrionalis/index.html) has round orbicular spot with a central ocellus and flies late summer to fall; rather than the similar Euxoa tessellata which (according to http://pnwmoths.biol.wwu.edu/browse/family-noctuidae/subfamily-noctuinae/tribe-noctuini/euxoa/euxoa-tessellata/index.html) has asymmetrical pale gray-filled orbicular spot and flies in summer.

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I agree with septentrionalis.
I agree with septentrionalis.

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