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It is a Sphingid (Sphinx) of some kind-- might be able to tell more later.
Sphinx tend to be longer and narrower. I'm going to say this is a Saturniidae. Probably an oakworm moth (Anisota oslari?)Be easier to tell if I could see from the front or bottom too.
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