Haploa clymene (Brown)
Identification Covell, Moths of Eastern North America, Page 63. The boldly patterned forewing and orange-yellow hindwing make this the easiest Haploa species to identify. The forewing is cream-colored with a partial dark brown border that extends inward as a "spur" from the inner margin near the anal angle. The hindwing has 1 or 2 dark brown spots near the anal edge. The caterpillar host plants are Eupatorium species, oaks, peach and willow trees.