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Photo#177674
Green/black moth - Feralia major

Green/black moth - Feralia major
University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, USA
April 16, 2008
Size: 1 in.

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Green/black moth - Feralia major Green/black moth - Feralia major

ID
Maybe Feralia major, MONA 10007.

 
I bet it is a Feralia moth, b
I bet it is a Feralia moth, but probably another species...
Perhaps a Comstock's Sallow?
http://bugguide.net/node/view/109486/bgimage

 
I'll have to agree
with Mr. Davis on this one. Check out the images at MPG. It appears that northern individuals have much more of the dark coloration which makes them look very different from the lighter individuals.

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