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UPDATE - Looks like this is in the genus Symmerista. See below! ORIGINAL POST - I'm stumped on this one. Maybe something in the family Noctuidae? Which could narrow it down to about 3000 species. :-( Found this moth sitting on a stick on the ground in the middle of a path near the pine barrens of Glendening Nature Preserve at Jug Bay. Anybody have a clue as to which species?