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Unidentified Moth - Lambdina fiscellaria

Unidentified Moth - Lambdina fiscellaria
Sidney, Kennebec County, Maine, USA
September 20, 2014
Size: approx. 1.5 inches
We've been trying to identify this one for several years. It show up once under our deck lights in 2014, and we've never seen another one since.

Moved from ID Request.

Lambdina fiscellaria, I think
Lambdina fiscellaria, I think.

That is certainly a possibili
That is certainly a possibility, but the bold pattern is throwing us. Of course, we have also seen a lot of unique variations in insects!

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