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Virginian Tiger Moth

Spilosoma Virginica

Description:

Virginian tiger moths are all white with small black spots on each wing.

Habitat:

Virginian tiger moths are most common in temperate and tropic locations, places that are warm and have plenty of plant life.

Notes:

Before a caterpillar becomes a tiger moth, it is known as the yellow woolybear moth. Tiger moths are a subspecies of Arctiinae, and have over 260 species.

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20cbarnabae
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20cbarnabae

Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Lat: 39.28, Long: -76.69

Spotted on Sep 16, 2019
Submitted on Sep 16, 2019

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