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Metcalfa Nymph? - Flatormenis proxima

Metcalfa Nymph? - Flatormenis proxima
Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA
July 12, 2009
I found a bunch of these when I pulled English ivy away from the base of a large oak tree. It reminds me of the ones I often find, except that these under the ivy were noticeably greener, so i wasn't sure if they are different.

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Metcalfa Nymph? - Flatormenis proxima Metcalfa Nymph? - Flatormenis proxima

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Anormenis chloris
without dark markings

 
Thank you, Andy
Looks like some of its white fluff has maybe worn away?

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