An extremely close image of a moth, tentatively identified as a Texas Common Gray (Glenoides texanaria). Identifying moths is a tricky business, for me at least. There are just so darned many of them (the Butterfly identification guide lists 438 in Texas alone) and, to make matters worse, there appears to be enormous colour and pattern variation in individuals within some species. If I got this one wrong and you can point me to the correct identification, I would be delighted to update the post!
For the technically inclined...
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