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Photo#268650
Woolybear?  - Arctia virginalis

Woolybear? - Arctia virginalis
near Salem, Polk County, Oregon, USA
April 22, 2009
Size: ~1-1.5"
Found near a wetlands & farming area.

Moved

Maybe Ranchman, or something similar.
in the guide here

 
Yeah,
the ones shown on this guide look much more like it than the one in my Insects of the Pacific Northwest by Haggard & Haggard (which I'm disappointed in because the book specializes in a few areas & totally lacks in others).

 
Ah yes it does look like that
Ah yes it does look like that, good call.

Very neat, it looks like mayb
Very neat, it looks like maybe a Grammia sp? Are you rearing it now?

 
No,
there are probably a good hundred of these out at one of my sites and hadn't seen these there before. Though it would be easy, they seem to like queen annes lace and I have plenty of that in my backyard.

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