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Observation notes: Older urban neighborhood with large trees. Attracted to mercury vapor light. There is no Pinus palustris -- the reported food for Exoteleia chillcotti (BugGuide) -- in this part of Virginia, but there is abundant Piuns taeda in my neighborhood.