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Coordinator notes: Powell and Opler (2009) state Nadata oregonensis is similar to Nadata gibbosa but the forewing has a yellowish patch in the discal cell and the postmedian line curves slightly basal at the inner margin. The forewing of N. oregonensis appears more blotchy. The postmedian line in this photo does curve slightly basal at the inner margin.