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Bulia deducta, (Morrison, 1875)
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.
Semi-urban, Fort Worth, Texas.
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.
Spotted on Jun 25, 2020
Submitted on Jun 27, 2020