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2nd Moth - Spilosoma congrua - female

2nd Moth - Spilosoma congrua - Female
Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA
September 20, 2009
Spot pattern is a little different from her brother, I noticed.

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lovely lady!
Lots of hard work went into this series, the results are just beautiful. How many adults did you wind up with?

 
Thank you!
Only two so far, but I still have a bunch of pupae I'm waiting on.

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