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Lymantria dispar?


Yup, Lymantria dispar


Lymantria dispar - Gypsy Moth - Hodges #8318 ♂


Lymantria dispar, Gypsy Moth


Gypsy moth


Gypsy Moth


Thanks


Lymantria dispar male


Hope it isn't, but...


Moved to Lymantria dispar


Have a look


Lymantria dispar male


Gypsy moth


Looks like


Gypsy Moth


Lymantria dispar male


Lymantria dispar female


Appears to be Lymantria dispar


caterpillar


Appears to be lightly marked Lymantria dispar


Gypsy Moth


ID of this Caterpillar…


male Lymantria dispar


Lymantria dispar (male)


female Lymantria dispar with eggs


Lymantria dispar (male)


possibly a male


Lymantria dispar


Lymantria dispar


Lymantria dispar male


Moved, Lymantria dispar


Gypsy Moth


Lymantria dispar male


Gypsy Moth


Lymantria dispar


appears to be a gypsy moth pupa


gypsy moth cateripllar


Gypsy moth caterpillar.


Lymantria dispar male


Lymantria dispar


Looks, unfortunately, like Lymantria dispar...


parasitoids emerging from ??Lymantria dispar eggs


Lymantria dispar - Gypsy Moth


Correct


8318 Lymantria dispar (Gypsy Moth)


definitely


gypsy moth


Gypsy Moth


8318 - Lymantria dispar (female)


Lymantria dispar - Gypsy Moth


8318 - Lymantria dispar (female) - Gypsy Moth


Species Lymantria dispar - Gypsy Moth - Hodges#8318


Lymantria dispar - Gypsy Moth


Lymantria dispar - Gypsy Moth - Hodges #8318


Lymantria dispar - Gypsy Moth - Hodges #8318


Looks like


Lymantria dispar - Gypsy Moth - Hodges #8318 ♂


about the only


Lymantria dispar


this is


Male Gypsy Moth


Yes!


Lymantria dispar?


Male Gypsy Moth


yes, female Lymantria dispar - Hodges #8318


Kind of looks like


Specimen


Gypsy moth?


Gypsy Moth (Lymantria dispar)


8318 - Lymantria dispar (male)


Gypsy Moth - Hodges#8318 (Lymantria dispar)


Looks like


caterpillars


8318 - Lymantria dispar (male)


8318 - Lymantria dispar (male)


Latin name - Lymantria dispar


Latin name - Lymantria dispar


Can Confirm Gypsy Moths in NL


Gypsy moth


Gypsy Moth


Maybe something like


Lymantria dispar


Interesting


Pimpla instigator (=P. hypocondriaca) - female


Lymantria dispar


Yes


Male 8318 -- Gypsy Moth -- Lymantria dispar


Gypsy Moth female


Yes, Lymantria dispar male


Gypsy Moth?


Gypsy Moth


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