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Photo#886983
Tiger Moth - Estigmene albida

Tiger Moth - Estigmene albida
Santa Rita Mountains / Madera Canyon, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 26, 2013
Pretty sure this is correct ID, but please let me know if it's not.

THANKS!

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2 moths?
Jon, this looks like two different moths.(three shots each) Did you mean to combine them? Please check the dots.
I think that your ID is correct anyway and they might both be females.

 
Hi Bob
Thanks for checking this out. Here's the info on them: These were all taken the same night at the same location. The first two were taken at 11:25 pm. The 3rd shot was taken at 12:01 am. The next two were taken at 12:38 am. The final shot was taken at 1:45 am.

I was pretty sure they were all the same species.

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