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Curve-lined Angle - Hodges#6362 - Odd imbalance - Digrammia continuata

Curve-lined Angle - Hodges#6362 - Odd imbalance - Digrammia continuata
Schulenburg, Fayette County, Texas, USA
March 28, 2014
This is SO unusual for me. I have never seen a moth with the two wings marked differently. Is this unusual in the experience of the rest of you?

I had one of these identified at thumb #897162 earlier this year at the same location. If this is not of interest I will delete the image.

I have
seen this with D. continuata, but very rarely.

 
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Thanks for the information. I will leave it in the guide.

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