The Salt Marsh Moth (Estigmene acrea) is mainly white in color, although often the wings feature numerous, small, irregular black spots. The hind wings of the male are yellow; those of the female are white. Found across the United States, and seen all year in southern Texas and Florida.
Wing spread: 2.5"
Host Plants: Clover, potato, peas, walnuts, cabbage, cotton and apple
Salt Marsh Moth