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Plume Moth 40mm wingspan - Hellinsia balanotes

Plume Moth 40mm wingspan - Hellinsia balanotes
Hollywood, Charleston County, South Carolina, USA
March 19, 2012
Size: 40mm wingspan
Wondered what kind of Plume moth grew this big. By far the largest I have ever seen.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Plume moth
Compare with -- Groundsel Plume Moth - Hellinsia balanotes. I'm no expert so best to wait for another opinion.

 
appears the same
Yes, they do appear to be identical, both in size and markings. Thanks

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