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Yellow-collared Scape Moth

Cisseps fulvicollis


Found it down by the creek, wasn't sure which one this Moth was :)


it is often found in meadows of riparian habitats along creeks.

2 Species ID Suggestions

Virginia ctenucha
Ctenucha virginica

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SarahArroyo95 8 years ago

Thank you Jakubko, I actually Realized that when I saw a smaller one Landed on my Hand, I decided to put in a jar and Look at it closer than the one I got a picture of, my Zoology teacher wasn't really sure which one it was. :)

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 8 years ago

Cisseps fulvicollis has a thorax the same color as the wings, whereas Ctenucha virginica has a blue thorax, making this Cisseps fulvicollis. Amazing find!

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Florence, Kentucky, USA

Spotted on Aug 16, 2013
Submitted on Aug 29, 2013

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