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 Schinia mitis pair mating - Schinia mitis - male - female

Schinia mitis pair mating - Schinia mitis - Male Female
Seven Springs, Wayne County, North Carolina, USA
June 6, 2013

what an awesome photo
glad to see it here! i wonder who is the boy and who is the girl?

 
I have no idea! Having seen s
I have no idea! Having seen some images of these moths being pink too, perhaps its the lighter coloured one? ;o)

 
its called sexual dimorphism
(hopefully i spelled it right)usually the f is bigger and the male more colorful..directly opposite of us where the girl is prettier and males are bigger and hairier! ahahahaha

 
Some of us don't like the "ha
Some of us don't like the "hairier" bit but I know what you mean. Perhaps I need to research the difference between them.

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