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Moth# 07-01 - Cyclica frondaria

Moth# 07-01 - Cyclica frondaria
Skull Valley, AZ, USA (WSW of Prescott 10 miles), Yavapai County, Arizona, USA
March 7, 2007
"Shouldered" & snouted Moth ?? Could it be a Pyralid ?

Moved from Hydriomena.

Moved from Geometrid Moths.

I agree with Steve.

looks like Cyclica
This one looks like Cyclica to me. Note the way forewings are folded over at the inner margin, thereby exposing the hindwing. The long palps also are a characteristic of Cyclica.

Hydriomena sp.
Thanks for the confirmation. We are having a snow day here today! No tree pruning today!

Moved from Moths.

Hydriomena sp.?
Looks like something in Hydriomena which is in Geometridae.

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