Can anyone ID this moth?
Is this a male gypsy moth ?
Pic below is not in our backyard but on our way south on the garden state parkway
we did see several hundred nests in just one five mile stretch.
It seems NJ doesn't have the money in the budget this year to spray for gypsy moths.
Gypsy moths have been in New Jersey since the 1920s, and their destruction peaking in 1981,
with 800,000 acres defoliated. I remember that year.