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Alypia spp (trying to figure out if it's lagtoni which would be unusual for the area).  - Alypia octomaculata

Alypia spp (trying to figure out if it's lagtoni which would be unusual for the area). - Alypia octomaculata
Indianapolis , Marion County, Indiana, USA
June 28, 2018
Was originally ID'ed as Eight-spotted which is typical for our area, but we are curious as to the lack of hindwing spot. Wondering if Alypia langtoni female is possible.

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Moved from ID Request.

Eight-spotted Forester Moth
The apical spots on the hind-wings are often somewhat reduced. Otherwise, it looks OK for Alypia octomaculata. The image should be re-cropped, a bit closer.
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