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930975.008585Epidromia lienaris – (Hübner, 1823)
Distribution Data for Epidromia lienaris
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Similar Species: Epidromoa pannosa and E. lienaris are difficult to distinguish. Females can only be identified by association with males, or by genitalia. Both species have an even outer margin of the forewing (sometimes minutely falcate apex) and both have forms with a very dark collar. ~ D.L.
Taxonomic Notes: Genus revised by J. D. Lafontaine & D. S. Dickel 2008: Lepid. Novae 1 (3-4) 109-115.
Epidromia lienaris
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Epidromia lienaris
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Epidromia lienaris
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