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My first ever Callosamia angulifera to come to my lights! I had to have some ID help....I had a "feeling" it was angulifera, but I couldn't say why. I see a lot of Callosamia promethea, and they're very similar in appearance. But people more knowledgeable than I confirmed this is angulifera, the tulip tree silk moth. And a female! I hope to get a few eggs from her before setting her free again. The tulip tree silk moth is the one with the damage to her hindwing. I've included a picture of the promethea female for comparison.

Insectra 8 June 28
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Lovely! What a great find.

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So beautiful!

Free_2B_Me Level 7 June 28, 2018
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So very rewarding.

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Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

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Posted by InsectraSpring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania.

Posted by InsectraSpring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania.

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