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Just found some of these on my door recently--wingless moths! Who knew?
Makes sense! We've had enormous cankerworm outbreaks in the early spring in recent years, but I'd never seen the adults in action. Thanks!
Wonderful! Yes, a wingless moth. Operophtera bruceata females are also similar.
It's laid about 100 eggs so far. About a third of an inch long. A wingless moth?
It seems it is laying eggs. Do you know the size?
Lat: 36.02, Long: -78.92
Spotted on Jan 3, 2014 Submitted on Jan 3, 2014