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Southern Pink Moth

Pyrausta inornatalis


Found in the southern United States from Florida to California. I never even noticed them until I got my camera. (A real eye opener.) They are so tiny and delicate, and they are everywhere here. This was taken at the end of November and I haven't seen any since the cold front came through.

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Dixie 10 years ago

Thanks Karen!

KarenL 10 years ago

Very nice!

Dixie 10 years ago

Thank you YukoChartraw!

YukoChartraw 10 years ago


Dixie 10 years ago

Thanks J and of course I remember you. I'm glad I'm able to spend more time on PN now. I really enjoy the pics. There SO many things I haven't seen before. Wish I could travel and see it all!

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 10 years ago

Beautiful, Dixie! Nice to see you around! Yoy might.remember me as J or jgorneau! :)

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Texas, USA

Spotted on Jan 7, 2013
Submitted on Jan 7, 2013

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