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Unknown white spotted black flyer - Thyris sepulchralis

Unknown white spotted black flyer - Thyris sepulchralis
Cass County, Texas, USA
April 20, 2008
Size: 1/2 inch in length
I have seen this species frequently feeding on dewberry blossoms this season. I assume it is a moth but I am not even certain about that, lol.

Lee

Moved
Moved from Moths.

I think it is...
a Mournful thyris moth but I am not an expert and could be wrong!

 
I think you are correct
so thanks a bunch. It is not even listed in David L. Wagner's ---
Caterpillars of Eastern North America but the posted images here definitely do resemble mine.

Lee

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