Could you please identify this pretty little critter. As you can tell it
likes mums. It is small and looks pinkish when fluttering.
Your lovely photo is of a species of moth from the Family Arctiidae, or Tiger Moths. Our old Holland Book identifies it as Utetheisa bella or Beautiful Utetheisa. It is a common moth which frequents the blossoms of Goldenrod in the late summer and early fall. The moth exhibits some color variations and is found along the Atlantic Seaboard.