What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination

Wow, you nailed it!
I saw this weird moth on my garage so I captured it: Went to your site and found it without even looking: Large Tolype I scanned down a bit and found this one too: Chickweed Moth
But I wouldn’t even know where to start with this one:
hank

Hi Hank,
We are happy to hear you find our site user friendly and helpful. No matter how hard you tried, you would not have located your Male Evergreen Bagworm, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis, on our site since your photo is the first adult photo we have received. We have a Bagworm page since we get so many requests to identify the caterpillars and cocoons. Only male Bagworm moths are winged. Females never leave the cocoon and mating occurs when the winged male locates a female ready to mate. She then lays her eggs in the bag and dies. Thanks for your wonderful addition to our archives.

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
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