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isabella tiger moth

Pyrrharctia isabella


This little moth came to the light after feeding on nectar bearing flowers in the garden. Appears to be in the tiger moth family - has bright orange underwings, and black and red legs


flower garden in a woodland clearing

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isabella tiger moth
Pyrrharctia isabella

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1 Comment

KarenSaxton 3 weeks ago

This one looked so much brighter than my previous ones that I had to look back on previous spottings! And given that our roads are practically paved with them, I'm wondering why I almost never see them. At any rate - thank you for the ID
So what is this guy? https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/10...

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Oregon, USA

Lat: 43.17, Long: -124.24

Spotted on Jul 15, 2019
Submitted on Jul 29, 2019

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