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Ailanthus Web-worm Moth

Atteva aurea


Moth, approximately 1.5 cm long. Forewing, which is visible when wings are folded, is orange with several black and white rosettes; black surrounding white.


Feeding on Sweet Autumn Virgin’s Bower (Clematis terniflora) in field by lake.

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Winder, Georgia, USA

Spotted on Aug 27, 2015
Submitted on Sep 3, 2015

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