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Caspers Blacklit Moth #4 - Pero radiosaria - female

Caspers Blacklit Moth #4 - Pero radiosaria - Female
Caspers Wilderness Park, San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, California, USA
August 31, 2013
The dorsal view of this individual is here:

Moved from Geometrid Moths.

Moved from Eusarca falcata.

Pero radiosaria
In conjunction with the other photo, this looks more like Pero radiosaria to me.

I believe you're correct, Josiah.
Charles Melton photo at MPG is quite convincing, particularly in light of Andy's post. I'll move mine now.

Moved from Eusarca.

Moved to Eusarca
Moved from Moths.

I suspect Eusarca falcata is correct, but I'd rather you go out on that limb, than me :)

If that's where I have to go to collect the fruit...
...go I shall. Thanks CB, for your generic endorsement.

Perhaps Eusarca falcata
I placed a dorsal view of this individual at Photo#835994. Can't figure out how to combine the pages.

Well, this is one way.
Andy's image; same specimen

Thanks, Andy, your view is much better than mine.

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