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Photo#903671
Bronzed Cutworm Moth - Nephelodes demaculata

Bronzed Cutworm Moth - Nephelodes demaculata
In Westwood by outdoor night light; elevation 5100ft, Lassen County, California, USA
September 2, 2012
Size: Forewing length 18mm
Species ID for this specimen provided by BOLD Systems. DNA for this specimen is a solid match with several specimens of Nephelodes minians.



Species ID Update:

ID for this specimen has been updated by BOLD Systems to Nephelodes demaculata.

See here for species page at BOLD Systems:
And here for BOLD's Public Data Portal - BIN Page.
And here for this specimen's DNA Record Page at BOLD Systems.

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Moved
Moved from Bronzed Cutworm.

I'm not sure when this specimen record was updated. (maybe 2013) Congrats!

 
Thank you Bob...
... for the new species page for this moth. BOLD Systems apparently did update this specimen, as well as the specimen linked below of which I suspected to be N. demaculata, even though BOLD originally placed both specimens as N. minians.


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