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A fly and a crazy looking flying thing.

RyanB

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Good shots and a nice find on the clearwing, never seen one myself but I'm always on the look out.
 

RyanB

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Thanks Ryan. Moth? But assuming not a juvie hummingbird moth?
Yes its a moth, not sure on the exact species though. Not positive but I think the hummingbird moths are a type of clearwing moth as well. Only ever seen them in pics though so I'm definitely not an expert.
 

Pteranadon

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Yes its a moth, not sure on the exact species though. Not positive but I think the hummingbird moths are a type of clearwing moth as well. Only ever seen them in pics though so I'm definitely not an expert.
Yeah I looked and saw some moths "similar" but with other different trates. I'll chalk it up to the clearwing moth.
 
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