Gordon Ramel bug.man at bbsrc.ac.uk
Thu Sep 25 02:37:50 EDT 1997

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This message is from Terri Bazan <qspoiledq at aol.com>, a Accountant from Orlando, FL.

My daughter is putting together an insect collection for
school.  We caught a little yellow (almost lime green) moth (maybe)
and we cannot identify it.  The thing is we see them all
over the place here in Orlando and they do  not show up
as a moth of florida on a particular web site I found.  Like
I said his wings are yellow (or so they look from a distance)
and almost verge on lime green.  He has no spots or markings
on his wings.  His body is furry (that's why I thought it 
was a moth versus a butterfly).  Please help!!!!

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