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Superfamily Bombycoidea
Family Sphingidae - Sphinx Moths, Hawkmoths
Virginia Creeper Sphinx Moth
Virginia Creeper Sphinx
Hackberry Emperor
Pandora Spinx
     
Family Saturniidae - Giant Silkworm and Royal Moths
       
Superfamily Gelechioidea
Family Amphisbatidae
Family Autostichidae
   
   
Superfamily Geometroidea
Family Geometridae - Geometrid Moths
 
Superfamily Noctuoidea
Family Erebidae
     
Family Erebidae; Subfamily - Litter Moths (Herminiinae)
Speckled Renia Moth
Speckled Renia Moth
Pink-bordered Yellow Moth
Pink Bordered Yellow
 
Family Erebidae; Subfamily Arctiidae - Tiger and Lichen Moths
Virgin Tiger Moth
Virginia Tiger Moth
Family Erebidae; Subfamily Lymantriinae - Tussock Moths
 
Family Noctuidae - Loopers, Owlet moths, and Underwings
 
Family Noctuidae; Subfamily - Cutworm or Dart Moths (Noctuinae)
   
Superfamily Pterophoroidea
Family Pterophoridae - Plume Moths
     
Superfamily Pyraloidea
Family Crambidae - Crambid Snout Moths
Julia's Dicymolomia Moth
Julia's Dicymolomia
Double-banded Grass Veneer Moth
Double-banded Grass Veneer
Pasture Grass-veneer
Pasture Grass-veneer
Lucerne Moth
Lucerne
   
Family Pyralidae - Pyralid Moths
     
Superfamily Sesioidea
   
Superfamily Tineoidea
     
       
Superfamily Yponomeutoidea
Family Yponomeutidae - Ermine Moths

Ailanthus webworm moth
Ailanthus webworm

     
       
Superfamily Zygaenoidea
Family Zygaenidae - Leaf Skeletonizer Moths
     
Family Limacodidae - Slug Caterpillar Moths
   
Unidentified Moths
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