and Primrose Moth - Schinia florida
they were all over, hundreds of them.
can't be determined further without dissection
Hugh McGuinness and Michael Sabourin identified it.
Since mine is faintly colored I went with pallida:
Wagner (1) states that "there are no adult characters (including genitalia) that can be used to reliably separate the adults of the Red-crossed Button Slug from those of the Abbreviated Button Slug." He suggests that the two may in fact be the same species. Adults with more faintly patterned wings, and larvae with the lateral arms of the red dorsal mark extending all the way down the sides of the body, are considered here to be the Red-crossed Button Slug.
gold subapical patch on the forewing distinguishes strigosa from apilcalis and inclusa
Hodges# 2800, check out Dombroskie pic, exact match!
based ID on # of spots (over 40)and completely white legs when compared to the others.
match with Peter Bryant photo