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Moth - Synchlora frondaria - male

Moth - Synchlora frondaria - Male
Powhatan County, Virginia, USA
April 20, 2006
Can anyone ID this - Thanks. Attracted to blacklight

Moved
Moved to guide.

Thanks
Thanks for your help, guys!

7059 -- Southern Emerald Moth -- Synchlora frondaria
...the am. line is too wavy for anythings else in the area.

Synchlora sp.?
From browsing MPG, it looks like a Synchlora sp. to me, possibly the Southern Emerald.

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