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Soybean Looper - Chrysodeixis includens

Soybean Looper - Chrysodeixis includens
Dirk Bayer's Place, Baldwin County, Alabama, USA
July 27, 2012
gathering_2012 BugSwarm

Doesn't quite match Callopistriathe (Florida Fern Moth) that Bob had. Looks most like Common Looper - Autographa precationis, BUT none listed for Alabama or immediate area, and may not fit exactly. Whadya think folks?

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Soybean Looper Moth
One of the best photos I seen of a Soybean Looper Moth - Hodges #8890 - Chrysodeixis includens

 
Thanks!
I really like the gold jewelry it sports.

Your familiarity with (& photographs of) the Moths in your area is outstanding, and really helps the rest of us with ID'ing them.

 
I'm having a ball
For once, I don't have to look them up, say as with those in Washington, Arizona, et al :)

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