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Brown Moth with Tufts - Autographa bimaculata

Brown Moth with Tufts - Autographa bimaculata
Experimental Lakes Area, Kenora, Ontario, Canada
August 10, 2017
Size: 3cm
This brown moth has four dorsal tufts when at rest and white and brown patterning on its forewings.

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Two-spotted Looper (Autographa bimaculata) while waiting on an expert.

 
Thanks!
Yes, this looks like a good match! Thanks very much, Ron!

Anterior Tuft
The anterior tuft is bifurcated.

Sorry this photo is not in better focus! I'm hoping that to some moth specialists, this moth will still be identifiable.

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