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Photo#133161
Anisota? - Syssphinx bicolor

Anisota? - Syssphinx bicolor
Fairfield, Wayne County, Illinois, USA
June 26, 2007
At light, at night. Has double wing spot which none of the other images do.

Moved
Moved from Royal Moths.

Syssphinx bicolor - Honey Locust Moth - Hodges#7709
has the double spots. You can see an image on MPG labelled Sphingicampa bicolor here. We'll move it. Nice find!!

 
Thanks
I'll have to go looking for its food plant. Didn't know there were any in our neighborhood.

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