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Spiny Oak-Slug Moth - Hodges#4697 - Euclea nanina

Spiny Oak-Slug Moth - Hodges#4697 - Euclea nanina
Okeechobee County, Florida, USA
March 10, 2010
Is this Nanina Oak-Slug Moth - Euclea nanina 4697.1?? I couldn't find anything with an exact match for the green.

Clearly Euclea naninia
This is 'classic' naninia!

marc.epstein@cdfa.ca.gov

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Probably 4697 - Euclea delphinii
... BUT... perhaps the only way to be certain is through examination of genitalia or DNA. This is surely the common species in Florida, but E. nanina is also present. (no rsvp, thanks)

Spiny oak slug moth, perhaps?

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