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Noctuidae
932709.0011051Ufeus satyricus – Grote's Satyr Moth – Grote, 1873
Edna Woodward Gordon Harrison
Similar Species:
  • U. s. sagittarius, the western subspecies (left, above), looks so different from normal U. s. satyricus from the east that it may be difficult to recognize. However, the genitalia and barcodes are the same and where their ranges overlap along the Front Range of the Rockies (Alberta, Montana, Wyoming) they blend together nicely. ~ DL
  • Pinned specimens of related species. (Hint: Select/reselect View by Region on the related species page.)
Taxonomic Notes: Includes as a synonym U. electra, previously listed as a ssp. of U. plicatus.
References
Ufeus satyricus
Nelson Poirier
Ufeus satyricus
Gordon Harrison
Ufeus satyricus
Nelson Poirier
Ufeus satyricus
Nelson Poirier
Ufeus satyricus
43mm – Gary Anweiler
Ufeus satyricus
44mm – Jim Vargo
Ufeus satyricus
34mm – Jim Vargo

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