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Clymene moth

Haploa clymene


The fore wing is creamy-yellow with a partial brown-black border that extends inward from the inner margin near anal angle. The hind wing is yellow-orange with 1-2 brown-black spots. The wingspan is 40–55 mm.


On the side of my house


(Photo 3) Some say there's an upside-down "cross" on his wings.

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Ohio, USA

Spotted on Jul 25, 2017
Submitted on Jul 25, 2017

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