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This may be an Apamea Impulsa 93-2310 (9362) I am hoping someone can confirm or suggest other possibilities.

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PeterChereshnoski 4 years ago

I believe you are right Heather, thanks for the information! I found some with the same pattern but the coloring is tough.

PeterChereshnoski 4 years ago

I will take a look.....thank you Heather!

Heather R
Heather R 4 years ago

Have you looked at the Catocala species? They're also found in New York and have strong banding patterns on the forewings, and come in many shades and colors. Personally, I think your moth looks more similar to Catocala than to A. impulsa, but that's my amateur opinion. :)

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New York, USA

Spotted on Jun 26, 2016
Submitted on Jun 27, 2016

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