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Many thanks Bob

Based on My Own Photos Identified by Persons More Experienced...

Perhaps Metaxaglaea viatica


I went ahead with species sin

Metaxaglaea viatica

Metaxaglaea sp.


One of the "-glaeas"

Roadside Sallow

Looks Like 9944 -- Roadside Sallow Moth -- Metaxaglaea viatica

I've seen only one adult Morr

We see three with that dark wavy spiracular line

How to rule out Epiglaea

Metaxaglaea viatica

Possible Roadside Sallow Metaxaglaea viatica Hodges 9944

Moved to Metaxaglaea semitaria

A Roadside Sallow Moth - Hod

I suggest

most likely


Roadside Sallow - Hodges #9944 (Metaxaglaea viatica)

I found a similar larva (espe

My guess is

Metaxaglaea: Quite Likely 9944 - M. viatica

Metaxaglaea viatica.

Steve and David....