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Crambid sp. snout moth I believe this might be within sub-family Crambinae, the grass-veneers and allies. Any advice and input welcome!  Crambidae,Crambinae,Geotagged,Lepidoptera,Moth Week 2021,Snout Moth,Summer,United States,arthropod,fauna,insect,invertebrate,macro,pennsylvania Click/tap to enlarge

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  1. Definitely agree on grass-veneers. I personally would not dare go any further, sorry. Big group, hard to distinguish. Posted 3 months ago
    1. Same thoughts here. They are tough to ID. Some possibilities: Crambus perlella, a very pale/faded Agriphila vulgivagellus, or a pale/faded Fissicrambus mutabilis. Could be a couple other species as well though. Sorry! Posted 3 months ago

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Uploaded Jul 20, 2021. Captured Aug 15, 2015 10:26 in Hillman Park Dr, Hiller, PA 15444, USA.
  • Canon EOS 60D
  • f/4.0
  • 1/64s
  • ISO400
  • 100mm