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Never seen one quite like this here.
The color pattern is more orange.
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I think that's an oak moth
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I've seen a few up here, but never bothered to try and find out what they are. As long as they don't bite me I don't pay anything a lot of attention.
I wish my brain could forget what my eyes have seen.
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This is a Cecropia moth I think.. particularly large specimen (6" across wings?)
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