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I think you're right. I'll update the info, thank you very much for finding it. Much appreciated!
Sapping, After more looking, I believe your moth to be the Darling Underwing, Catocala cara:http://www.silkmoths.bizland.com/catcara...
Yes, they're considered minor pests since they feed on the leaves of trees, thereby "skeletonizing" them, hence the name.
Are these considered pests?
Ok, now I see the similarity...thanks :)
Spotted on Aug 24, 2011 Submitted on Feb 11, 2012