Whoops, I forgot to post the Common Looper and Large Lace-Border I found before! They've been added to the first page. At first I thought this guy was another Blinded Sphinx, but it's actually a Walnut Sphinx. Colors range from grey to brown and markings may appear more pronounced on some individuals. Lavender highlights may be present. Unlike the Blinded and Small-Eyed Sphinx Moths, the Walnut Sphinx doesn't have eye-spots on its hindwings. I also took a pic of it on a Diaphorodendron fossil, a Lepidopteran on Lepidodendrales (desaturated to give it an ancient vibe). Lepido comes from the Greek word for "scale/scaly" referring to the fine scales on a moth or butterfly's wings and the scale-like texture of these ancient plants. Spoiler EDIT: I also spotted this itty-bitty but charming Bold Medicine Moth. You can't tell it so much here, but the white patches are silvery and give the moth a glassy look when seen in-person.