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Colona Moth

Haploa Colona

Description:

About 20 mm long. We didn't want to bother it so we didn't measure the wingspan.

Habitat:

The area is mixed forest beside a 30 ft deep lake. The nearby shore includes marshy patches.

Notes:

The background of this picture is a pale green wooden deck of a cottage. We've not seen this little fella before. From my reading it seems to be a little off course. We saw this moth two days in a row, but not since.

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Carolyn Waddell
Spotted by
Carolyn Waddell

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Spotted on Jul 10, 2014
Submitted on Aug 13, 2014

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