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Moths - Cisseps fulvicollis - male - female

Moths - Cisseps fulvicollis - Male Female
Jim Thorpe, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, USA
July 30, 2007

Thank you all-I was just wait
Thank you all-I was just waiting to see if 2 or 3 people agreed ^__^

Yellow-collared Scape Moth
Pretty sure it's a Yellow-collared Scape Moth. The wings are brown with pale edges. Grapeleaf Skeletonizer wings are black and more rounded.

Pollinia
The female has been visiting the milkweeds. She has a pollinia hanging from one toe.
I have trouble telling the grapeleaf skeletonizer from the yellow collared scape moth if I can't see the rear end, but I lean toward the yellow collared moth because of the way they hold their wings. I could be wrong.

Maybe
Grapeleaf Skeletonizer - Harrisina americana possibly
See http://bugguide.net/node/view/5719/bgimage

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