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Orangestriped Oakworm

Anisota senatoria


Two individuals, in last instar as larvae (5th instar). I found them wandering, probably looking for a place to burrow and pupate. They won't emerge till spring. When they do, they'll be gorgeous moths - fuzzy, with coloring either yellow-orange and pink (if female) or reddish-brown (if male).

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Mandy Hollman
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Mandy Hollman

Georgia, USA

Spotted on Sep 4, 2014
Submitted on Sep 5, 2014

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