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Spotted moth visiting the garden - Anania hortulata

Spotted moth visiting the garden - Anania hortulata
Vancouver area, British Columbia, Canada
June 5, 2012
Size: roughly one inch across
I was taking pictures in the garden today. This one flew right into view and posed for me.
Any ideas what it is?

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Moved from ID Request.

 
Thanks
Maury,

Should I just move all my pics to Frass once the bug has been identified?
They are rarely of Master Photographer standards :)
(Just doin' what I can with what I got.)

moth
Looks like - Anania hortulata - Small Magpie

 
Re: Looks like - Anania hortulata
Sure does!
Thanks,Ilona L.

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