Observation notes: Sunny, breezy day 81 degrees with low humidity. I found this creature on the underside of a Calycanthus floridus (Sweetshrub) leaf. It was stationary and no behavior was identified. I didn't see any evidence of chewing on adjacent leaves which suggests the Sweetshrub is not a host plant(?) I looked for it the next day and there was no sign of it. Based on other photos here, my best guess is the Yellow-haired Dagger Moth. Other plants, trees & shrubs in the gardens are native to Georgia. Trees are maple, birch, holly, sassafras, sweetgum, arborvitae, serviceberry. Some of the shrubs include spicebush, wax myrtle, hydrangeas, viburnums, winterberry, beautyberry, azaleas, & sweetspire. I would love to know what attracted this particular creature to my garden.