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Apantesis - Apantesis phalerata

Apantesis - Apantesis phalerata
Collegedale, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA
October 31, 2006

Moved from Apantesis.

Moved from Arctiini.

Moved from Moths.

Tough call
This is a tough genus. I think Apantesis phalerata is a good possibility, but we may want to look at Apantesis nais as another possible candidate. Any thoughts?

Apantesis phalerata?
Not sure on this....I usually get moths wrong, but it looks similar to this image of the Harnessed Tiger Moth.

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