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Photo#75010
Red and black moth - Empyreuma pugione

Red and black moth - Empyreuma pugione
Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, USA
August 19, 2006
Here is the same specimen on a flower

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Red and black moth - Empyreuma pugione Red and black moth - Empyreuma pugione

Moved
Moved from Moths.

It's brood time!
Must be brooding time in Florida, as we took pictures this weekend of the same moth. We also found a polka-dotted wasp moth, also an oleander feeder.

Diane

Wow!
and here's the adult of your caterpillar! We're thinking Spotted Oleander Moth, same as your caterpillar.

 
How cool. I can't wait to se
How cool. I can't wait to see the transformation. Thanks so much for your informative and prompt reply!

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