Large unidentified moth eggs on window

Julie Seely seely at
Fri Jun 9 07:27:16 EDT 2000

Thanks.  I had actually visited this site last night prior to
posting here, but couldn't find one that was an exact match (and
perhaps having read so many different descriptions explains how I
knew what features to describe...).  However, I also spent most of
my time looking at the underside of the moth, since it was outside
and I was inside.  One thing that I noticed from the underside was
that the light band on the margin of the wing extended all of the
way around the wing to the body (though it was narrower than on the
outer parts of the wing).  Thus the darker brown color (at least
from the underside of the moth) did not appear as one mass of color
on both wings, but was divided.  Sorry if that's unclear, but I'm
not sure how to describe it any better than that.  
	I had hoped to get a picture of it, but it decided to leave at
just about the time I got my camera.  Sigh.
	If the eggs survive, any clue how long it will be before they


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