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Dagger Moth? - Lymantria dispar

Dagger Moth? - Lymantria dispar
Halifax, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
July 16, 2005
I'm not exaclty sure what this is. I at first, thought that this may be in the tussock family, but when I had more time to see it, I thought it may be a form of dagger moth.

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Dagger Moth? - Lymantria dispar Dagger Moth? - Lymantria dispar

I believe this is a female Gy
I believe this is a female Gypsy moth

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