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Subject: Oval-based Prominent Moth
Location: Mancelona, MI
July 6, 2014 6:30 pm
The Oval-based prominent moth (Peridea basitriens) is overall a rather dull gray. What makes it stand out are the oval/almond shaped rings/patches that surround its fluffy ruff. It almost makes it look like a stained-glass window. Thus says Bugguide: it has a wingspan of 3-3.5 cm, and it appears to occur here and there throughout the Easter US. I saw several last night, so moth-hunters here in Michigan, keep an eye out for this nifty moth!
Signature: Helen

Oval Based Prominent Moth

Oval Based Prominent Moth

Hi Helen,
Thanks for sending your image of an Oval-Based Prominent Moth.  We are linking to the BugGuide page.

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: Mancelona, Michigan

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