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Noctuidae: Amphipyrinae
Refereed by Don Lafontaine & Chris Schmidt
9327279596Properigea niveirena
Properigea niveirena
John Davis
Properigea niveirena
John Davis
Properigea niveirena
Libby & Rick Avis - DNA
9327289597Hemibryomima chryselectra
Hemibryomima chryselectra
Charles Melton
9327309599 – Mossy Pseudobryomima Moth – Pseudobryomima muscosa
Pseudobryomima muscosa
John Davis
Pseudobryomima muscosa
John Davis
Pseudobryomima muscosa
Libby & Rick Avis
9327369605Pseudanarta crocea
Pseudanarta crocea
Libby & Rick Avis
9327389607Pseudanarta singula
Pseudanarta singula
Charles Melton
9327459614Homoanarta falcata
Homoanarta falcata
Charles Melton
9327489617Pseudanthoecia tumida
Pseudanthoecia tumida
Lynn Monroe
Pseudanthoecia tumida
Lynn Monroe
9322089618 – Turbulent Phosphila Moth – Phosphila turbulenta
Phosphila turbulenta
Bob Patterson
Phosphila turbulenta
Larry Line
Phosphila turbulenta
Tom Murray
Phosphila turbulenta
Jason Roberts
Phosphila turbulenta
Ken Childs
9322099619 – Spotted Phosphila Moth – Phosphila miselioides
Phosphila miselioides
David Silsbee
Phosphila miselioides
Bob Patterson
Phosphila miselioides
Gretchen Grammer
Phosphila miselioides
Maury Heiman
Phosphila miselioides
Ken Childs
9315679620Miracavira brillians
Miracavira brillians
Charles Melton
Miracavira brillians
Charles Melton
Miracavira brillians
Margarethe Brummermann
Miracavira brillians
Steve Walter

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