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Photo#226683
Moth ID - Doryodes spadaria

Moth ID - Doryodes spadaria
Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA
September 13, 2008
Size: ~22mm (head to wingtip)

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Great pics!

But I wonder what that black thing is above its eye?

 
Ocelli?
I think. Most of the other moths I've done close ups of seem to have these.

 
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That's odd....at least to me anyway. I didn't know moths had ocelli. And , if that's what it is, why would it be right over their real eyes?

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