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Pearly Wood-Nymph

Pearly Wood Nymph, aka bird poop Moth
Photo By Todd Ratermann

Sometimes referred to as the "bird poop moth" because of it's unique camouflage, this moth also has an unusual pair of 'furry' front legs. This picture was taken in middle Tennessee in mid June.

 

Common Name: Pearly Wood-Nymph
Scientific Name: Eudryas unio
Range:  
Flight  
Habitat  
 

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