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Ostrinia penitalis? - Ostrinia multispinosa

Ostrinia penitalis? - Ostrinia multispinosa
Dismal Swamp State Park, Camden County, North Carolina, USA
August 8, 2010
The PM line seems to match up, but it's a lot redder than other photos on the Guide, any thoughts?

Moved to Ostrinia multispinosa
Moved from American Lotus Borer.

Tentative ID. Dissection required for confirmation.

Possibly Ostrinia multispinosa Yang, 2021
DNA or dissection needed.

Moved from ID Request.

No Redder Than Robin McLeod's Moth
I'd call it 4946. (no rsvp, thanks)

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