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Perfect!!Thank you all for IDs!
Finally its Soybean Looper Moth (Pseudoplusia includen)..... :)
Lori is accurate... Tiberio please update...
Well, it's different to me. I've never seen anything like that before. Perhaps it is the lighting on it, but to me, it just looks...different. :)
I don't think so Dangermouse. I think it's mostly the lighting that makes them look different. Plus, the tobacco looper has spread pretty much anywhere people grow tobacco.
Lat: -22.71, Long: -47.63
Spotted on Sep 5, 2011 Submitted on Sep 2, 2011