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Is this a type of Io Moth?  - Automeris io

Is this a type of Io Moth? - Automeris io
Juniper Campground, Theodore Roosevelt National Park - North Unit, billings County, North Dakota, USA
July 17, 2014
Size: 1 1/2" head /end wing
Found on a building at Juniper Campground, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Unit, North Dakota. Is this a type of Io Moth? North Dakota isn't on the data map for Io Moths, however states around it are. Thank you. Other image is from front

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Is this a type of Io Moth?  - Automeris io Is this a type of Io Moth?  - Automeris io

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I'd say
Io

And ain't that North Unit spectacular!! One often has the place to oneself!

 
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Thanks! and yep! It's spectacular AND very quiet. Pure heaven. :)

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