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Photo#185209
moth - Enargia decolor

moth - Enargia decolor
kenora, Ontario, Canada
September 2, 2005
found in the morning on the side of our cottage. I've read many queries and suggestions about other moth photos regarding the protrusion from the end of the abdomen. I haven't read any definitive answer. Suggestions?

Moved
Moved from Enargia.

Moved
Moved from Owlet Moths.

Moved
Moved from Moths.

Catocala of some sort?
Catocala of some sort?

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