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moth - Petrophora subaequaria

moth - Petrophora subaequaria
Lewis Rd., Manitoba, Canada
June 3, 2014
Size: ~30mm
49°50'9" N 96°3'60" W

Moved from Moths.

Petrophora subaequaria?
Size maxes out at 19mm's according to Peterson Field Guide to Moths of NE North America.

I found a measured 29mm at the moth photographer's group.

looks right, thanks!
how on earth did you find it?

Petrophora subaequaria
I've been studying my moth guide lately and the general look of this one looked familiar. One thing leads to another!

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