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Noctuidae: Neoglia canadensis? - Neoligia subjuncta

Noctuidae: Neoglia canadensis? - Neoligia subjuncta
Turtle River State Park, Grand Forks County, North Dakota, USA
August 2, 2013
Size: Length ~ 1.5 cm
Hmmm...might this specimen be an example of the Canadian Brocade (9411.1)? Expert attention appreciated. Thanks!

Moved
Moved from Neoligia.

9412 - Neoligia subjuncta
Identified by Don Lafontaine at the Canadian National Collection to whom I sent the photograph.

Moved
Moved from Owlet Moths.

Maybe, but could be Neoligia subjuncta. The uniform color reniform may be the key. Doing some reading. :)

 
Thanks, Maury!
Good point. I've photographed three specimens of 9412 in the Turtle River State Park, and that was in late June-early July (see BG for ND). This specimen, above, is so unlike the other three N. subjuncta I've captured.

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