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Photo#803783
Neotuerta hemicycla - female

Neotuerta hemicycla - Female
Hobe Sound, Martin County, Florida, USA
May 31, 2013
Size: 17 mm
No Guide page yet for this Caribbean moth. Female based on MPG and Nearctica.

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Neotuerta hemicycla - female Neotuerta hemicycla - female Neotuerta hemicycla - female

Any idea what the caterpillar
of this looks like? Can't seem to find any images

 
Caterpillar
J an J- Sorry, but I don't know what the larva looks like or what the food plant is. I have seen only this one adult individual. I have also not seen it in the Bahamas, where I spend some time photographing moths.

Moved
Moved from Agaristinae.

Very nice!

 
Very fast response
Thanks Maury for the quick creation of the page!

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