What is it?

Mom captured these photos.
we would like to know what kind of moth is this?
We never seen this in our area before.
So we are asking what is it and where did it come from.

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Moth? says ... on Saturday, Sep 14 at 8:17 AM

Looks like a selfie of Lee8912389612378547

lee98632 says ... on Wednesday, Jul 10 at 2:15 PM

Now if only I could capture a snap shot of the NW Scorpion.

lee98632 says ... on Wednesday, Jul 10 at 2:14 PM

thank you, funny how we can live in an area almost all ones life and see something for the first time. I just want to say thank you and I learned something new.

Giric says ... on Sunday, Jul 7 at 10:21 AM

I suggest you visit this site, for this moth, which is a red shouldered ctenucha rubroscapus. They have a map for verified western coastal locations. butterfliesandmoths.org

Pat Mitchell says ... on Sunday, Jul 7 at 8:11 AM

This moth is found in wet meadows along the West Coast in California, Oregon and Washington. It's in the family Arctiidea and the species is Ctenucha rubroscarpus. I don't know that it has a common name.

Me says ... on Saturday, Jul 6 at 9:39 PM

By the looks of it, it appears to be a Ctenucha Rubroscapus Moth

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