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Santa Rita Experimental Range / Florida Canyon, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 25, 2013
Found at BugSwarm 2013. Pretty sure this is Neohelvibotys, but not sure about species - polingi, neohelvialis, or (my guess) arizonensis. Whadya think?


Moved to Hahncappsia
Moved from Pyraustinae.

Move based on comments by Dr. Scholtens here.

Hahncappsia sp.
Edit - I removed my first guess because it's too far out of range but see my comments here. I don't think it is that species because the st. band is too far from the outer margins of both fore and hind wings but I am pretty sure the presence of those marks place it in Hahncappsia.

I'm not sure how to separate this from H. pseudohelvialis
Moved from Neohelvibotys.

Moved from Moths.

Moved from ID Request.

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