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Wedgling Moth

Galgula partita


This moth was perfectly blending in on this wood fence. The wedgling moth, is very common, and probably among the most common lepidoptera around here. Adult males have reddish-brown to grayish forewings, while these are shiny dark brownish-maroon to blackish in females. The caterpillars of this moth feed on Oxalis sp.


In my garden, Fort Worth, Texas.

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Fort Worth, Texas, United States

Spotted on Jul 26, 2020
Submitted on Jul 28, 2020

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