[tn-moths] Re: Probole sp.

Hugh
According to Covell. Where the dark border of the shoulder dips in is an 
alienaria and shoulder is basically straight on the amicaria.
Rich






-----Original Message-----
From: Hugh McGuinness <hdmcguinness@xxxxxxxxx>
To: tn-moths <tn-moths@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Fri, Jul 22, 2011 7:05 am
Subject: [tn-moths] Re: Probole sp.


Until this genus is revised, I juts call them all one species. Dave Wagner says 
he knows of no differences in the larvae, and he also suspects that nepiassaria 
is simply another phenotype in a variable species. Does anybody have any 
characters that they can use to separate amicaria from alienaria?

Hugh


On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 9:07 PM, kjchilds <kjchilds@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I can't decide which one this is. The lines on most of the species seem a lot 
more angular in places that the lines on this one although that may be due to 
the angles the moths were photographed at. 


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Ken Childs
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Chester County

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