Common name: Woodrose
Scientific name: Argyreia
Common evening brown?
Neat fork pattern! I’m not too knowledgeable about black-tailed deer in particular, but I do know that in mule deer, the tines fork in a somewhat even branching pattern as seen here, while in white-tailed deer the tines all emerge from a main branch.
Erebidae; Arctiinae; Syntomini; Amata sp. Moths of the tribe Syntomini are wasp mimics. Their wings which have translucent or semi-translucent "windows" make them fairly easy to recognise as members of that tribe, but identifying them further can be difficult.