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Photo#1840037
Beautiful Wood Nymph Moth H# 9301 - Eudryas grata

Beautiful Wood Nymph Moth H# 9301 - Eudryas grata
Camp Creek , Burke County, North Carolina, USA
June 22, 2020
Yellow gold hind wings

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Beautiful Wood Nymph Moth H# 9301 - Eudryas grata Moth to porch light  - Eudryas grata

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By the way, nice photos!
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