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I think I found it! See suggestion above. Here's another reference page:http://www.carolinanature.com/moths/fait...
Looking closer at pic #3 underwing. I'm going to say Eastern Comma, like Leanne. There are none of the green markings toward the edge. And it has a lot more light brown markings and a more curvy comma than the gray.
Ah, okay. Great
Interesting, nothing comes to mind as far as ID. So I'm following hoping to learn if ID becomes available.
Learned something new. Thanks. Great spotting and wonderful color.
Not 100% sure. I think this is Euphydryas editha - Edith's Checkerspothttp://bugguide.net/node/view/199940
I don't think it's the Question Mark, but can't decide between Eastern and Gray Comma.
I believe it's a Hackberry Emperor - Asterocampa celtis - and I'm really not sure of the subspecies http://bugguide.net/node/view/3533/bgpag...
Looks like this species. Bombyliomyia sororBut did not find enough info. You may want to submit these photos to bugguide.net as they only have 1 photo (if it is this species) http://bugguide.net/node/view/1073355
I think it is this variety but not 100% sure.http://www.emeraldgoddessgardens.com/ind...