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Identification: Forewing medium gray with black AM and PM lines and light gray shading immediately beyond those lines; PM line has V-shaped or U-shaped jog near middle, and its upper portion is thickened and does not reach costa; terminal line black, wavy; fringe scalloped, pale basally, darker distally; hindwing brownish-gray with dark wavy terminal line
Wing Span: 2.4-2.6 cm
Flight: March to at least June
Range: California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and into Mexico
Taxonomy Notes: None.
National Moth Week was July 23-31, 2022!
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