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Photo#113050
Spilosoma congrua

Spilosoma congrua
Okeechobee County, Florida, USA
May 26, 2007
Size: TL 18mm

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8134 - Agreeable Tiger Moth - Spilosoma congrua
Pink-legged is a northern species, getting as far south as about Virginia. I brightened the photo a bit in my photo editor. I'd call the color deep orange, not deep pink. But it sure made me think it was Pink-legged at first.

Spilosoma
Maybe S. latipennis? Compare to this image, and note Bob Patterson's comments.

 
Looks
like it. Hopefully he will confirm.

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