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Anisota sp. (senatoria or virginiensis)


Moved-Anisota


Moved- Yes, Anisota peigleri


Moved- Anisota sp.


Moved to Anisota senatoria (complex)


maybe anisota senatoria, comp


Anisota sp.


Moved-Anisota


Anisota


Moved- Anisota sp.


Im leaning more towards Aniso


We are on the border!


I think this is orange-striped oakworm


Looks like orange-striped oakworm


Have reared this one, comments on Anisota species


Anisota


Moved- Anisota senatoria female


Anisota


Not Anisota senatoria


Moved


We have several species of Anisota in NC


Moved


Anisota


I'm no expert...


Anisota


anisota


possibly, but also...


Anisota


either


I agree that this is Anisota


Oakworm moth -


Moved to A. senatoria (species group)


Thank You


Oakworm


Orange-tipped Oakworm


Possibly


Moved- Probably neither...


Caterpillar/White Oak


Moved


Moved- Anisota senatoria


Moved to Anisota stigma


Anisota senatoria


Moved


Moved- oakworm moth


Moved- Anisota senatoria


Anisota


genus Anisota


Anisota


same as the other one, just a color variation


looks like


Oakworm


Anisota senatoria


Orange striped oakworm


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A rose by any other name...


maybe Orange-striped Oakworm


Anisota


One of the Oakworms


not a sawfly..


male


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Probably


no...


hmm


It certainly looks like...


Anisota


Hello!Impressive drawing!


Orange-tipped oakworm


Orange-striped Oakwork