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Eupsilia, yes


how about Elaphria grata


Eupsilia- yes!


Eupsilia


Eupsilia vinulenta


Eupsilia vinulenta?


Many Eupsilia have a diffuse


But as pointed out here


Eupsilia morrisoni


A Eupsilia, I believe.


One of the Eupsilia, I think.


Eupsilia vinulenta, I think.


Eupsilia?


Yes Eupsilia devia - Lost Sal


Yes Eupsilia tristigmata - Th


Eupsilia sp.


Eupsilia


Eupsilia


Eupsilia


Something similar was found in New York


Eupsilia morrisoni


I think


Morrison's Sallow - Eupsilia


Wow! Taking on Eupsilia


Eupsilia


Eupsilia


Looks like a Eupsilia - maybe


Eupsilia: Probably 9936 - Eupsilia morrisoni


Try Eupsilia vinulenta -- #99


Try Eupsilia vinulenta.


Eupsilia tristigmata -- 9935 -- Three-spotted Sallow Moth


Frassed


Looks to be


Moved


Eupsilia morrisoni


???


the closest i can find is a E


Just Guessing


Moved, Eupsilia tristigmata


Moved


Moved, Eupsilia tristigmata


Moved


Eupsilia morrisoni


Moved, Eupsilia tristigmata


These moths seem to hang out


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Wagner points out that


That does look good


Moved, Eupsilia tristigmata


Eupsilia morrisoni


The highlights make it hard t


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Moved, Eupsilia


Looks to be


Eupsilia tristigmata


Moved, Eupsilia sp.


The "new species" is Eupsilia schweitzeri


The "new species" is Eupsilia schweitzeri


Looks to be


Moved


Moved


Good eye 👁️!


I suggest


I suggest


I suggest


Moved


Could this be Eupsilia schweitzeri Lavitt & Wagner, 2016?


Looks like a Morrison's Sallo


A


Looks like...


I think this is a species of


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Moved


These seem to be collecting


This seems to fit the descrip


Unfortunately,


We have been gathering such images


Well we wouldn't say it was positive,


Maybe Eupsilia sidus


Maybe Eupsilia sidus


Or what about Eupsilia sidus


Maybe


I believe this is the closely


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Lots of mixed hardwoods bordering the grass


Makes us think of Eupsilia


Wonder if this might be an Eupsilia


Date


Hi, Edna!


Has a Eupsilia look to it


Has a Eupsilia look to it


We were thinking Eupsilia


I think this is a Morrison's


Someone IDd this as Three-Spo


Moved


Moved


This looks like a dark image


I was thinking the eggs were


Doubtful


looks like


Sallow?


I think it may be a Straight


Moved


I believe this may be a speci


MPG


Eupsilia


Eupsilia


Moved


you may be right


perhaps


maybe something in Eupsilia


Moved


Good job!


This is so distinctive that we would think it should be easy.


Moved


Laci points out that this looks like


Moved


Moved


Eupsilia morrisoni


Moved


I'm thinking ...


Beautiful.


Yes


Pyreferra hesperidago - Mustard Sallow - Hodges#9929, (maybe).


Moved


Eupsilia sidus


caterpillar


Starting to look more and more


Moved


Interesting!


Looks to be something in Eupsilia


Eupsilia devia?


Eupsilia sidus?


The big orange head makes us think


Eupsilia tristigmata


Looks like...


Moved


Eupsilia


Moved


Looks like...


Moved


Moved


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The head capsule would be very different in Eupsilia.


Makes us think of


Moved


caterpillar


caterpillar


Has a Eupsilia look to it


Makes us think of Eupsilia


Can't pin down this orange headed Lithophane-like beauty


We have some similar caterpillars posted to Eupsilia


9936 Eupsilia morrisoni


My guess


I don't know your northern moths but...


Check out Eupsilia


Looks like one of the Eupsilia


Wonder if this might be


Eupsilia morrisoni - Morrison's Sallow - Hodges#9936


This might be a very fresh 99


Yummm 9935 - Eupsilia tristigmata


Thanks, Bob.


9935 - Eupsilia tristigmata


I Suspect it Might be 9935 - Eupsilia tristigmata


Moved


Just a suggestion...


Eupsilia morrisoni


Correct again


Eupsilia


One of the Noctuids


I think it is a...


Several noctuids


caterpillar


What do you think


9933 -- Straight-toothed Sallow moth -- Eupsilia vinulenta


Looks Like 9939.99 - Eupsilia new species


Eupsilia vinulenta


9935 -- Three-spotted Sallow Moth -- Eupsilia tristigmata


The Sallow that 'got away'


Looks good


What do you think about


Eupsilia larva


Thank you!


Wagner has two that are tempting


Sallow Moth