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Eois? Dapa, Valle Del Cauca 2100m Click/tap to enlarge

Eois?

Dapa, Valle Del Cauca 2100m

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  1. I'm thinking genus Lygropia, where Lygropia rivulalis looks close. Strangely this entire genus is hardly reported in South America so I have some doubts.
    Posted 5 days ago
    1. Ok very interesting. Came across this:
      http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/species.php?hodges=5250
      Posted 5 days ago, modified 5 days ago
      1. That's a great resource. It may definitely be the species. Yours is perhaps a little faded. Posted 5 days ago
        1. Some other similar genera are: Compacta, Conchylodes, Hileithia, and Pycnarmon sp.

          Posted 5 days ago
          1. Oh....that makes this one even more tricky. Thanks! Posted 5 days ago
            1. Yes it does. Posted 3 days ago

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  • f/4.5
  • 1/400s
  • ISO1000
  • 24mm