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Moth ovipositing on Willow

Moth ovipositing on Willow
Pinelands Natural Area, St. Lucie County, Florida, USA
June 3, 2006

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Moth ovipositing on Willow Detail of eggs

Moved from Noctuoidea. Hyphantria?

Moved from Moths.

Spilosoma sp.?
Kind of a long shot but take a look here and here.

Could be that. I wonder about the egg mass though. mine seems naked, but the one in the link you sent looks like it has hairs incorporated.


Moved from Moths.

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