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Photo#823409
Condica? - Condica n-sp

Condica? - Condica n-sp
Florida Station, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 26, 2013
Edit: First BG image for this species.

Moved

9714.96 - Condica n. sp.
While possibly a species described from Mexico, it is not among the collection of type specimens/photos known to Don Lafontaine at the Canadian National Collection (and who thinks it more likely an undescribed species). In any event C. vecors is not yet acknowledged as far west as Arizona by Poole, BOLD or MPG mapping data.

Moved
Moved tentatively from Condica.

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Moved
Moved from Moths. Thanks, Peter.

Dusky
I detect those characteristic black spots in the median area of the forewings, so it probably is Condica vecors.

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