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Photo#829632
Pygarctia murina  - Pygarctia murina - male

Pygarctia murina - Pygarctia murina - Male
Florida Station, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 28, 2013
Rather beat up, but the only one I saw. See comments below--thanks.
(frame 1708).

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Looking at other images we have here identified to P. murina based on photos:

It matches, as noted in the comments below, so I am moving it to species level. Also, with its comb-like antennae, though broken off, it appears to be a male, as noted on other images here. The ID seems as clear as it can be based on photos alone.

Moved
Moved from Pygarctia.

Moved
Moved from Tiger Moths.
Thanks for ID help. Apologies for double comment.

Moved
Moved from Tiger Moths.

Moved
Moved from Moths.

I feel pretty certain that this is Genus Pygarctia, possibly . Note the orange/pink "colar" between the head and the wings and on the top of the legs.

Moved
Moved from Euchaetes. (That might not be the correct genus!)

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