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Golden Arches moth

Bulia deducta, (Morrison, 1875)

Description:

It is a small to medium sized moth in the family erebidae. The moths forewings have grey with some stripes on the top. The hindwing has grey with a golden arch. The wings are shaped like a typical erebid/owlet moth.

Habitat:

Semi-urban, Fort Worth, Texas.

Notes:

It is found from central Mexico north to central California, Utah, Wyoming and Nebraska, east to Arkansas and Alabama. the larvae feed on prosopis sp.

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Ornithoptera80
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Ornithoptera80

Spotted on Jun 25, 2020
Submitted on Jun 27, 2020

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