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Orange moth - Cirrhophanus triangulifer

Orange moth - Cirrhophanus triangulifer
Mayflower, Camp Robinson WDA, Faulkner County, Arkansas, USA
September 10, 2005
Size: 20-25mm
A fine lacy orange moth that appeared to be hiding as best it could inside this Coreopsis flower.

This is the goldenrod stowaway moth, Cirrhophanus triangulifer Hodges# 9766

Goldenrod Stowaway
Image moved from ID Request to new species page.

I will have a look at that moth section.

What a handsome creature
wonder if it will turn out to be related to the Schinia? Can't wait to see the response you get to this one!

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