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Observation notes: Solid Black body and hair. Hair in the sun looks tinted brown. Small white spots on the body. No distinct markings of any kind. No red bands when curled and hair looks softer than Giant Leopard Moth. Not a wooly bear either? No brown band. Black head. Around 2.5 inches long. Weather conditions were rainy and in low 50s f. The insect is quite active but was not and is not eating.