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Photo#208344
Wavy-Lined Heterocampa  - Cecrita biundata

Wavy-Lined Heterocampa - Cecrita biundata
Moccasin Lake, Winston, Douglas County, Georgia, USA
July 29, 2008
Size: about 40 mm
Is this a varient of Heterocampa guttivitta?

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Wavy-Lined Heterocampa  - Cecrita biundata Saddled Prominent - Heterocampa guttivitta - Cecrita biundata

H. biundata probably
Hi Jerry, I think it looks more like Heterocampa biundata. You can look at some good samples of the variation on MPG site and here on BG.

 
Thanks Nina. I'm new to this
Thanks Nina. I'm new to this and to me the moths are bewildering to say the least. This fellow never moved the entire time I was out photographing insects, even when some of the bigger moths (Imperial Moths) actually bumped into him.

 
and here is one that looks li
and here is one that looks like a twin to yours

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