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My husband, an entomologist, says:  

From my field guide, it looks like the Three-Spotted Nola, Nola triquetrana, in the Family Nolidae or a close relative. The caterpillar feeds on sweet gum.
Phil Nixon
Extension Entomologist
 University of Illinois

Carie 


On Oct 8, 2014, at 4:19 PM, Bruce Bartrug <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I thought this moth would be easy to identify, given the snout and the white line at the rear margin of the wing, but not so.  Any suggestions?
> 
> http://bbartrug.zenfolio.com/p706537170/e156a34c2
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> Thanks,
> b
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