Nemoria catachloa (Hulst, 1898). 
Nemoria catachloa is a small to medium sized species that is found most often in Florida and Georgia. Recognizable by their red terminal line, dark discal spots, red-checkered fringes, and abdominal markings, and notably by the dentate post-medial line on the wing. While somewhat similar to Nemoria lixaria, this species is generally not as large as lixaria and has smaller white dorsal spots on the abdomen. The fore tibiae are colored red without white markings across the middle. For images of Nemoria catachloa larvae, click here.