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Mythimna unipuncta

Mythimna unipuncta
Henderson, Chester County, Tennessee, USA
November 2, 2012
This moth is feeding on Dallisgrass. If you have this grass growing in your area, check the seed heads at night and you'll probably find moths feeding on the sticky honeydew that coats the seeds.The sweet honeydew is produced by a fungus and the moths help to spread it around.