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Nola - Nola ovilla

Nola - Nola ovilla
Chanhassen, Carver County, Minnesota, USA
May 19, 2009
Size: 8mm forewing length

Moved from Sweet Pepperbush Nola Moth .

Placement to genus might be more appropriate but I don't see any evidence that N. clethrae reaches this far north. Moving back to N. ovilla for now.

Thanks to all for your thoughts on this.

Moved to Nola clethrae
Moved from Nola ovilla.

On advice from Hugh McGuinness, I've been treating these as N. clethrae until someone can produce a male with fasciculate antennae. If you still have reason to believe this is ovilla, please provide ID info. If you have more questions, feel free to ask.

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