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Hodges #5143 - Diacme adipaloides - Diacme adipaloides

Hodges #5143 - Diacme adipaloides - Diacme adipaloides
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
December 14, 2013
Size: wingspan approx. 20mm
Attracted to black light before dawn. I am not sure what to make of this unusually dark and drab Diacme and the peculiar PM-ST line pattern of its hindwing. Diacme adipaloides? I would be grateful for comments.

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Moved from Moths.

Darker Diacme
Among the posted Diacme adipaloides I found this one that looks to me strikingly similar to the one I post (a December moth!). I am encouraged, therefore, to call my moth Diacme adipaloides as well.

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