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Photo#450604
second image - Coloradia pandora - female

second image - Coloradia pandora - Female
reno/lake tahoe, Reno County, Nevada, USA
August 25, 2010
Size: 3in
Found between reno and lake tahoe

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second image - Coloradia pandora - female second image - Coloradia pandora - female

Moved
Moved from Pandora Moth.

Moved

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

How about...
Pandora Moth (Coloradia pandora)?



If that's correct (wait for a second opinion), it would be BugGuide's first record for Nevada.

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Thanks but
I checked hundreds of Pandora Moth larva on the internet but none really matched. Especially the wings and wing spot color. And the spikes
http://www.invasive.org/images/768x512/1241618.jpg

 
That because yours is not a larva.
It's a newly emerged adult whose wings have not yet fully expanded. Compare your photo to the thumbnail I provided (you can click to enlarge it). They're virtually identical.

 
I agree, it looks like a Pand
I agree, it looks like a Pandora Moth to me as well.

 
I see
Thought your picture was my picture - thanks. My bad.

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