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Genus Eudryas?


Eudryas unio


Eudryas unio - Pearly Wood-Nymph


Eudryas unio - Pearly Wood-Nymph - Hodges#9299


appears to be Eudryas grata - Hodges #9301


[i]Eudryas unio[/i], Pearly W


9299 - Eudryas unio


E unio is the species.


Eudryas unio


Start in


Maybe an earlier instar of Eu


Eudryas grata


unio?


Wood Nymph


Eudryas?


Eudryas unio


Looks like a pearly wood nymp


Eudryas


Moved


Eudryas unio


Eudryas unio


Eudryas unio


Moved, Eudryas unio


Pearly Wood-Nymph


Scalloped


Moved, Eudryas unio


Moved, Eudryas unio


Moved, Eudryas unio


Moved, Eudryas unio


Pearly


Yes!


I suggest


Eudryas unio - Pearly Wood-Nymph moth


Right again. The wavy-edged d


Yes this is a Beautiful Wood


Wood Nymph


Wood Nymph


Possible mis-ID


Eudryas unio


Eudryas unio


Moved- Eudryas unio


Moved to Eudryas unio


It is


Eudryas unio - Pearly Wood-Nymph


Looks like the Pearly Wood-nymph Moth


yes, Eudryas unio - Hodges #9299


thx larry


Eudryas unio - Pearly Wood-Nymph - Hodges #9299


Scalloped band on outer margin of forewing is characteristic of


Agaristinae: Eudryas unio - Hodges #9299


Pearly Wood-Nymph - Hodges#9299 (Eudryas unio)


Pearly Wood Nymph? Eudryas unio...


yes, Eudryas unio - Hodges #9299


Eudryas unio - Pearly Wood-Nymph - Hodges #9299


Looks more like


Yes,


Looks like Pearly Wood-Nymph Moth, Eudryas unio 9299


Looks like


Wing markings


Reminds us of Eudryas unio


How about...


ID


Looks like


Wait for the experts, but


No hairs and what seems to be


looks like


Looks like a ...


Yes, Eudryas unio - Hodges #9299


Not an expert but...


ID


Not an expert


Noctuidae


Thanks John!


Eudryas unio (Pearly Wood-nymph)


Pearly Wood-nymph


what do you think of


wavy edge between brown and white


No bristles and too many orange bands


Looks like the thoracic shield is white


My favorite


Wood Nymph


Pearly Wood Nymph


The Balabans nailed it


Pearly Wood Nymph