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Buck Moth? - Hemileuca maia - female

Buck Moth? - Hemileuca maia - Female
Bullitt County, Kentucky, USA
November 4, 2017
Buck Moth? attracted to the light on a warm November night. Can see another eye on hind wing with the backlighting sihining through the wings.
Are the adults safe to handle or do they sting like the cats?

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Buck Moth?
Meant to post to ID request - can someone confirm this is a Buck Moth (Hemileuca maia)?
This is the first time I ever saw one....

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