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White Moth

White Moth
Santa Rita Experimental Research Station SRER, Florida Canyon, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 25, 2013
I thought this was a White Flannel Moth - Hodges#4650 (Norape ovina), but the wing shape seems different from others posted here, and there is no mention of the body having visible bands like in this photo, which made me think of Tiger Moths. I also considered Fall Webworm Moth - Hodges#8140 (cunea), but the legs and lack of tufts don't fit. Any ideas? Thank you for your help.
BugGuide Gathering_2013

Moved from Browntail Moth.

Moved from Moths.

Lon, neither of the species you mentioned has any yellow/orange on the abdomen. This is an odd one not often seen.

Moved from ID Request.

it kind of
reminds me of this..which I have been trying to figure out for months..

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