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Noctuidae: Amphipyrinae
Refereed by Don Lafontaine & Chris Schmidt
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
9316429622Cropia connecta
Cropia connecta
© Ann Hendrickson
Cropia connecta
© Ann Hendrickson - DNA
9315699627Paratrachea viridescens
Paratrachea viridescens
© Charles Melton
Paratrachea viridescens
© Paul Dennehy

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