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Pink-striped oakworm moth Family: Saturniidae Subfamily: Ceratocampinae Wing Span: 1 5/8 - 2 5/8 inches (4.2 - 6.6 cm). Male: Adult males have pronounced hyaline (translucent) area on forewing.
Oak woodlands: Lays eggs on various oak species and caterpillars. Also found in suburbs where oaks line the streets.
This moth was photographed where I used to live in west central Florida. It was found under a live oak tree, of which there were many in my yard.
Spotted on Jul 31, 2009
Submitted on Feb 12, 2013
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What a spectacular way to enter Project Noah! Thanks for sharing and Welcome to Project Noah!
Awesome 1st spotting Donna! Welcome!
Wow,great capture Donna,beautiful moth,congrats,thanks for sharing and welcome to Project Noah :-)
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