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U.S. Army-trained mothologist IDs Bub Polston insect

About: Bub Polston's moth

To Bub Polston, via CM

Bub, I believe you have a Giant Leopard Moth. They're common in south Texas. They have about a three inch wing span. If it's under side has a bluish tint we've come on the correct answer. Got my mothology degree courtesy of the US Army vacation I took in Texas back in "72.

s/Roger D. Smith, DMC



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Insects of Kentucky: Giant Leopard Moth



2010-07-18 - Photo by Bub Polston. Liberty RD, Columbia, KY
Moth Identification needed "Here's a photo of a moth. I dont know what kind it is, but maybe a reader will know," writes award winning photographer Bub Polston. If you know the ID of the moth, please let us - and Bub Polston - know using the "Comments" button with this photo. Update: Roger D. Smith, DMD and who received his mothology training courtesy United States Army, has identified Bub's Moth as a Giant Leopard Moth.

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