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Moth ID Kingston, On. 2018-09-07


Best Answer TennesseeAnts , June 11 2018 - 11:17 AM

Automeris io

An Io Moth

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#1 Offline rbarreto - Posted June 11 2018 - 10:50 AM

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This moth randomly landed on me in the morning as I was walking my dog at 10:45 this Sunday. I was walking through a dense forest along a small river. It flew away right after I took the picture so no measurements but I don't think that's very necessary for a moth ID. I love the color of those deep blue "eyes" on its wings.

 

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My journal featuring:

Aphaenogaster picea

Lasius claviger

Lasius umbratus

Lasius sp. (black workers)

Lasius sp. (yellow/orange workers)

Formica pallidefulva (northern color form)

Prenolepis imparis

Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Camponotus novaeboracensis

Temnothorax cf. curvispinosus

Tetramorium immigrans ( 2 polygynous, 1 monogynous)

 


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Automeris io

An Io Moth


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