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Fractured Western snout moth

Diastictis fracturalis


This moth was resting in some grass, with a mix of various grasses, bindweeds, Morning glories, and many more wildflowers. This moth has a cream brown color with white stripes all over it's fore, and hind wings. The bald spot on the thorax is common in moths, most likely because they just have flown a lot. Adults are on wing from February to October.


Open field, with lots of native plants, and wildflowers, Fort Worth, Texas.

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Fort Worth, Texas, USA

Spotted on May 24, 2020
Submitted on May 24, 2020

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