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Catabena Moth? - Neogalea sunia

Catabena Moth? - Neogalea sunia
Spiderweb, Aiken County, South Carolina, USA
June 28, 2012
Came to light.

Best match I've found is Catabena Moth - Hodges#10032 (Neogalea sunia).

Doesn't look like either of the Cucullia spp. listed on the SC checklist.

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Catabena Moth? - Neogalea sunia Catabena Moth? - Neogalea sunia

yes, Neogalea sunia - Lantana Stick Moth - Hodges #10032
Moved from Moths.

Ranges throughout the southern United States where lantana is found. This moth does not appear to be heavily attracted to lights. I see them around lantana at dusk
Thanks

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