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Photo#238107
unknown moth - Phaloesia saucia

unknown moth - Phaloesia saucia
San Benito, Cameron County, Texas, USA
November 5, 2008
Caterpillar collected from Tournefortia volubillis and this is the moth that resulted.

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Looks like
Phaloesia saucia (Saucy Beauty)

http://www.texasento.net/Phaloesia.htm

 
I think you hit it!
I was about to write that it's definitely in Arctiidae, somewhere near the top of the Hodges numbers for that family--cool. It has a great name!
Saucy Beauty
Phaloesia saucia Walker, 1854
Family Arctiidae, Subfamily Arctiinae, Tribe Pericopini

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