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Photo#10566
(Banded or Harnessed?) Tiger Moth - Apantesis phalerata - male

(Banded or Harnessed?) Tiger Moth - Apantesis phalerata - Male
Durham County, North Carolina, USA
June 26, 2004
One last in a series of different inviduals from the same location. A rather variable lot of moths.

Moved
Moved from Apantesis.

by the more angled wings, I'd
by the more angled wings, I'd say this is phalerata. Vittata has more rounded vings.

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