Whoo-hoo! First giant silkmoth of the year! Spoiler: Side view, showing plump body and abdomen pattern Although it can be difficult to tell apart from female Tuliptree Silkmoths, I'm thinking (or at least hoping) this is a female Promethea Moth. There's some overlap in the key differences between these closely-related species, but Prometheas tend to be a bit smaller and more reddish from what I gather. (The lines are also supposedly wavier on Tuliptrees, but I can't see it...) Males are much easier to ID. Also, just in case any of you didn't catch on, the moth in my previous post was a joke. It's a three-way splice between a Luna, Io, and Pink-striped Oakworm Moth. EDIT: Looks like she IS a Promethea. Sweet!