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moth - Anagrapha falcifera

moth - Anagrapha falcifera
Beaver Brook Association, Hollis, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
October 8, 2010
I saw a moth that looked a lot like a Celery Looper on a flower but only got one photo, and it didn't come out great, so I went searching for it again. Instead, I found this little guy, who looks a lot like the first moth I saw but had wings which were lighter in color.
The first moth I saw looked like this:

Moved from Plusiinae.

Moved from Moths.

Take a look at Anagrapha falcifera 8924
The only reason this eastern form caught my eye was I captured and photographed my first similar looking western one, Autographa metallica 8917 from my site a couple weeks ago. Perhaps an eastern expert could comment as to A. falcifera for your moth.

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