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911366.006925Plataea diva – Hulst, 1896

© Chris Kotzer
Field Marks:
"This species can be separated from californiaria by the upper surface of the forewings being paler and less contrasting in color than in that species, and by the less prominent s. t. line..." - Am. Mus. Novit., 2595: 20.
Genitalia: See Am. Mus. Novit., 2595: 1-27, figs. 21 (♂), 33 (♀).
Plataea diva
© Jim Johnson
Plataea diva
© Jim Johnson
Plataea diva
30mm - LG – © Jim Vargo
Plataea diva
33mm – © McGuire Center Collection
Plataea diva
36mm – © McGuire Center Coll.

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