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Common Looper Moth


I think this is a Common Looper Moth because of the two silvery spots on each wing, the brown area behind its head and the long antenna, but I have not been able to make a positive identification. The colouration on the wings was a mix of browns, greys and gold. I tried to get it to open its wings to help with identification, but it was having none of it.

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Janice Parr
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Janice Parr

Aydın, Turkey

Spotted on Oct 6, 2012
Submitted on Oct 11, 2012

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