My brother Greg in Philadelphia encountered this beauty.  I believe I correctly identified it as the Pink-striped Oakworm Moth, Anisota virginiensis.  A moth in the Silk Moth family Saturniidae.  Here is a match on bugguide.

My brother Greg in Philadelphia encountered this beauty.  I believe I correctly identified it as the Pink-striped Oakworm Moth, Anisota virginiensis.  A moth in the Silk Moth family Saturniidae.  Here is a match on bugguide.

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  13. tikiori-the-redjester said: I just posted two that I found at work tonight. I don’t think they are the same but they are big sized moths.
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