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No. 90 Pimaphera percata or P. sparsaria? - Pimaphera sparsaria - male

No. 90 Pimaphera percata or P. sparsaria? - Pimaphera sparsaria - Male
Boerne, near Cave Without A Name, Kendall County, Texas, USA
February 9, 2014
Came to porch light. Looks more like P. percata to me (a novice), but the time is consistent with P. sparsaria.

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Delmar, I have posted one of my owh as P. percata, and have sent it to BOLD recently. However, the species are so close and in Texas it could be either percata or sparsaria so I am holding off of placing any more to species until I hear back from BOLD

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