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Moth - wasp mimic - Carmenta giliae

Moth - wasp mimic - Carmenta giliae
Mount Washburn, 10, 243 feet elevation, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
August 15, 2014
Moth - wasp mimic YELLD3BG_2426.CR2

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Moved from Sesioidea.

This is Carmenta giliae.

Thanks William
Any neat natural history information that you might know about this species - what does it mimic etc?

Moved from ID Request.

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