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Maybe Orthosia hibisci?


I don't have the specimen but


Orthosia


Speckled Green Fruitworm Moth (Orthosia hibisci) #10495


Orthosia hibisci [Noctuidae]?


Orthosia hibisci?


Orthosia hibisci?


Well Orthosia hibisci makes s


Orthosia hibisci


Orthosia hibisci?


Orthosia hibisci


I would think something


Orthosia hibisci


Orthosia hibisci


April date


or Orthosia hibisci?


or it could be another Orthos


Orthosia hibisci


looks like Orthosia hibisci,


Looks like...


Difficult


Actually Three


Orthosia


O. hibisci?


Orthosia hibisci


Thanks Dave


This is open to argument but


Orthosia?


Moved


Yes...


Orthosia sp.


Orthosia?


Orthosia?


wow!


Orthosia- yep!


Orthosia hibisci


It's definitely an Orthosia sp.


Orthosia


Something near


Has the look of


Possibly 10487 - Orthosia rubescens


Orthosia hibisci?


Possibly Orthosia hibisci


We would suggest


Orthosia hibisci?


Moved, Orthosia hibisci


This caterpillar


The green ones are tough


Looks like...


Moved, Orthosia hibisci


Moved, Orthosia hibisci


Possible identification


I am thinking


Owlet Caterpillars says


Any chance it is


Thanks


Hi George, Thanks! Does your


I just compared it to the man


What about...


While the adult seems a bit o


Too much speckling we would think


Orthosia hibisci


Agree on Orthosia hibisci


Moved, Orthosia hibisci


Looks like Orthosia hibisci


Moved, Orthosia hibisci


After revisiting all of the O


Moved, Orthosia hibisci


Looks like ...


Thank you


Moved


Maybe Orthosia hibisci


Another Orthosia hibisci


Agree on Orthosia hibisci


Speckled Green Fruitworm Moth?


Maybe just


Maybe


Thank you very much


Perhaps


May be Orthosia hibisci


speckled green fruitworm moth


a suggestion


Orthosia hibisci


Moved


Moved


Seems to us that the spot pattern matches


May be Orthosia hibisci


Maybe


With the broken subdorsal line


Xestia


Thanks, Phil.


Orthosia genus


This very tattered moth is an


2 species of Orthosia


Maybe...


Hmm...maybe something like...


The three candidates seem to


Agree with Edna on Orthosia hibisci


Moved to Orthosia hibisci


Speckled Green Fruitworm Moth


Orthosia for sure.


Think this is actually Orthosia hibisci.


Thanks, A. Hendrickson!


.


10495 Orthosia hibisci


Hi Bill!


Orthosia hibisci


Difficult to say


Put Orthosia hibisci in the search at the upper right


Check out Orthosia hibisci


I'd say a worn


Check out Orthosia hibisci


Only a guess,


Check out Orthosia hibisci


May be


Looks like Orthosia hibisci


Not at all an identification...


another possibility


Looks like...


Moved


I believe that may be a Speck


Check out Orthosia hibisci.


Maybe so!


Maybe


RE: May be Orthosia hibisci


May be Orthosia hibisci


Speckled Green Fruitworm


Sallow


Maybe...


Looks to be Orthosia hibisci


I added one more,


See what you think about


See what you think of


Looks to be Orthosia hibisci


Check out Orthosia hibisci


Makes us think rather of


See what you think about Orthosia hibisci


Speckled green fruitworm


what about?


Good match for Orthosia hibisci


looks like


Orthosia


maybe...


In a round about way ...


Orthosia hibisci ...


looks like


We would suggest Orthosia hibisci


See what you think


Maybe Orthosia hibisci


Perhaps


I agree


Reread descriptions and


Looking forward to more images of these guys


We would suggest either


Not a Soybean looper.


O. revicta appears to be a mo


Looks like


White lateral line widening and going down


Orthosia species


Might be Speckled Green Fruitworm


See Orthosia: hibisci and alurina


Looks Like 10495 - Orthosia hibisci


10495 - Orthosia hibisci


Probably 10495 - Orthosia hibisci


10487 - Orthosia rubescens


One I'm now sure is a Orthosi


Our best guess is the


We would suggest Speckled Green Fruitworm


ID


Orthosia


Wagner's Orthosia hibisci


Can't find anything quite like it in Wagner


You are probably right. Howev


Orthosia hibisci


It's a Quaker!


Speckled Green Fruitworm Moth


Latin Name


This one?