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Photo#24445
orange moth - Anisota stigma - male

orange moth - Anisota stigma - Male
Gatesville, Gates County, North Carolina, USA
July 16, 2005
Size: 3/4" appx.

Moved
Anisota stigma, male.

Moved from Anisota.

Anistoa
Looks like Anisota stigma

Anisota?
Looks like Anisota to us, but we don't know how to tell them apart. Check here

 
Yes, tough--A. peigleri out now in this area
Anisota peigleri, not described in guides, is out now here in Durham, I believe. I just had two emerge from pupa from last summer. They look pretty much like this and A. stigma. Very tough, I don't think these can be separated as adults, I guess they have to be left to genus.

Patrick Coin
Durham, North Carolina

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