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Mossy Sallow Moth

Feralia februalis


Green moth with a mottled green and white pattern outlined in black. Its thorax is fuzzy. This is the same specimen but the color changes due to the natural and flash lighting.


Under porch light with 8 others during the day in Oak Woodland. This species is found from Oregon to Baja California in dry woodland habitat.


According to BugGuide, this species was determined by "the (wavy) terminal line is nearly complete"

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Thank you Hema! Thank you for the suggestion ornithoptera80. F. major is found in the eastern US but looks very similar!

Hema 8 months ago

nice one!

California, USA

Spotted on Feb 3, 2020
Submitted on Feb 6, 2020

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