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what moths please - Protoboarmia porcelaria - male - female

what moths please - Protoboarmia porcelaria - Male Female
Sylvania, lucas County, Ohio, USA
August 14, 2014

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what moths please - Protoboarmia porcelaria - male - female what moths please - Protoboarmia porcelaria - male - female

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Maybe...
A Tulip Tree Beauty (Epimecis hortaria)?

 
Nikole . . Thank you for the suggestion :)
It surely looks very similar.
I looked at more Epimecis hortaria in the galleria.
It just seems that my moth lacks the scalloping on the rear wing.
Hopefully we'll get some back-up here.

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