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7 records for Thionia bullata Orange County

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Thionia bullata145702021-08-12 1AdultHillsboroughday04_iNaturalist
Thionia bullata145702021-07-28 1AdultUNC04_iNaturalist
Thionia bullata145702021-06-24 1AdultChapel Hillday04_iNaturalist
Thionia bullata145702021-06-16 1ImmatureUNCday04_iNaturalist
Thionia bullata145702021-05-20 1ImmatureUNCday04_iNaturalist
Thionia bullata145702017-08-08Randy L Emmitt1hanging on sheet.backyard moth lights11pm01_Photo
hanging on sheet.
Thionia bullata145702013-07-31Kyle Kittelberger, Brian Bockhahn2Charles Bartlett notes "One thing that is interesting on that specimen is that there is a dark almost-donut-shaped (torus-shaped) marking in the distal part of the forewing - Metcalf (1923) interpreted specimens marked this way as Thionia ocellata Melichar (from Mexico); but I am sure it is just bullata with a dark wing marking." Found near a field with a sweetgum edge.Eno River State Park, near Few's FordENRIFound during the day, caught while sweepnettingSweetgum01_Photo
Charles Bartlett notes "One thing that is interesting on that specimen is that there is a dark almost-donut-shaped (torus-shaped) marking in the distal part of the forewing - Metcalf (1923) interpreted specimens marked this way as Thionia ocellata Melichar (from Mexico); but I am sure it is just bullata with a dark wing marking." Found near a field with a sweetgum edge.

Charles Bartlett notes "One thing that is interesting on that specimen is that there is a dark almost-donut-shaped (torus-shaped) marking in the distal part of the forewing - Metcalf (1923) interpreted specimens marked this way as Thionia ocellata Melichar (from Mexico); but I am sure it is just bullata with a dark wing marking." Found near a field with a sweetgum edge.

Charles Bartlett notes "One thing that is interesting on that specimen is that there is a dark almost-donut-shaped (torus-shaped) marking in the distal part of the forewing - Metcalf (1923) interpreted specimens marked this way as Thionia ocellata Melichar (from Mexico); but