Creamsicle crawler



Elegantly cloaked in colorful kimono wings, slender Ailanthus webworm moths (Atteva aurea) were sipping nectar from clusters of White snakeroot flowers (Ageratina altissima).

Despite their bright coloring, the white-flower wing patterns blended well with their host plants making them easy to miss if passed by too quickly.

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