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Photo#736913
Glena quinquelinearia

Glena quinquelinearia
Turkey Creek, Chiricahua Mts., Cochise County, Arizona, USA
July 20, 2012
Can someone ID this moth? Some kind of geometrid maybe?

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I believe your moth is an extremely worn which I see often but which varies a lot in appearance mostly because of wear.

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I'm a beginner
But I have a moth that looks a little like this. T am afraid this one is so worn that you will not get an expert reply, but I think you might want to check out Hodges 6453, the Five-lined Gray Moth. MPG says they are in Arizona and one of the images on MPG showed a black and white line on the neck. Maybe you can ID one if another comes your way.

 
Thanks
for the info. A. I'll take a look. This one was pretty small and I couldn't tell whether it was worn or just that color.

 
Size
Bob, I don't know what small is to you. Mine had a body about 8 mm(5/16ths inch) long and a wing-span of about 25mm. I try to photograph one of each species on lined paper so I can remember the size.

 
If memory
serves this one had a wingspan of around 1cm, I looked at your suggestion on mpg, and have seen some of that genus. Don't think this one fits. While it may appear to be well worn to you, I remember thinking it was just gray, not worn...oh well, this one's just going to have to remain a mystery. Thanks for the try.

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