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blue moth white spotted wings - Hypercompe scribonia

blue moth white spotted wings - Hypercompe scribonia
Boyertown, Berks County, Pennsylvania, USA
June 22, 2007

Wow! This is such a cool shot
Wow! This is such a cool shot! I've never seen them in this stage before. I had no idea their abdomens were colorful.

Looks like
Hypercompe scribionia, either just emerged or with malformed wings. Info page here.

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on this image about the yellow drops.


See this image for a look at the abdomen

I also moved your image to the guide and cropped it to get a better view of this moth.

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