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Observation notes: There were two moths, one on each side of the leaf. They did not move at all, and these are the only photos I have of the one. (You can just barely see the wings of the second moth on the underside of the leaf in one of the photos.) They were adjacent to a very brushy trail in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness area of Washington State. Clear, sunny day. Area was thick with plants like thimbleberry.