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Subject: pearly looking moth
Location: Raleigh, NC
July 31, 2014 2:40 pm
Dear Bugman,
Thank you for helping me before.
I took this picture 7-27-2014 in Raleigh, NC.
It was near a Tuliptree Beauty Moth and maybe about a third the size.
Signature: aubrey

Crambid Snout Moth: Stemorrhages costata

Crambid Snout Moth: Stemorrhages costata

Hi Aubrey,
We needed to do quite a bit of searching to identify this Crambid Snout Moth,
Stemorrhages costata, and we first found it documented on the Moth Photographers Group website where it is reported from Texas and Florida.  We cross-checked it on BugGuide where we missed it in our initial attempts at an identification.  BugGuide also lists it as being in Florida and Texas, and indicates:  “Apparently an accidental introduction from Old World tropics.”

Thank you, Daniel.
I am very excited about this ID.
How can I help you with funding?
aubrey

That is kind of you to ask Aubrey.  We have a donation button at the top of our website.

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