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