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Photo#107046
Moth - Epimecis hortaria - male

Moth - Epimecis hortaria - Male
Sterling, Loudoun County, Virginia, USA
May 1, 2007
Don't know its name but it is master at improvised camouflage that's for sure :)

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6599 -- Tulip-tree Beauty Moth -- Epimecis hortaria
B.P.

 
Really?
Bob, I took another moth picture last year and you were the one who identified it as the Tulip tree moth. This time I thought the head and antenna are different. here is the other pictures here

How come it is different?
Thanks!
Michael

{edited}
I think you're right again Bob. The lighting was different maybe that's why it doesn't look the same. Don't you find the wings shorter on this one though? Must be the lighting...

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