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Can this Moth be Identified? - Microtheoris vibicalis

Can this Moth be Identified? - Microtheoris vibicalis
Camp Wood, Edwards County, Texas, USA
September 3, 2012
Second specimen. See first specimen .

Moved
Moved from Yellow-veined Moth.

Microtheoris ophionalis - Hodges #4796
Moved from ID Request.

 
M. vibicalis, I think
I think this is M. vibicalis. See barcoded specimen here along with my notes.

 
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Oh my, I have numbers of yellow veined moths and never even contiplated that ID. MANY thanks. You are a maestro.

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