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Five-lined Gray ? - Glena quinquelinearia - male

Five-lined Gray ? - Glena quinquelinearia - Male
Dripping Springs, Hays County, Texas, USA
July 11, 2012
Five-lined Gray
Glena quinquelinearia
family Geometridae
Dripping Springs,
Hays Co., Texas
11 July 2012

This is likely the correct ID?

Five-lined Gray - Hodges #6453
I agree, as G. quinquelinearia lacks the two-tone shading of the similar G. plumosaria. Lacking plumose antennae and anal tuffs, would make this a female.

Moved from Moths.


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