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Unknown Moth - Cisseps fulvicollis - male

Unknown Moth - Cisseps fulvicollis - Male
Floyd Bennett Field, Kings County, New York, USA
October 3, 2010
Size: ~5cm
Maybe it's just the angle, but this one doesn't look quite right for Ctenucha virginica to me. In particular the orange seems to extend too far back.

If the title could be changed, this would not show up in search for "Ctenucha virginica."

Moved from Moths.

What about the possibility
of Cisseps?

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Cisseps fulvicollis does look
Cisseps fulvicollis does look like a better match, particularly given the lack of blue iridescence on the thorax. Thanks.

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