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It's a Boy! - Spilosoma congrua - male

It's a Boy! - Spilosoma congrua - Male
Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA
September 14, 2009
Hooray! The first one emerged and confirmed the suspicions as to their ID. Beautiful new moth! Here he is as I found him when I got home from work, clinging to the top of the container I'm keeping the pupae in.

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