Pink-striped oakworm moth
Anisota virginiensis, the Pink-Striped Oakworm Moth, is a species of silk moth of the family Saturniidae.
The female’s wings are purplish red with ochre-yellow. They have thin scales and are almost transparent. The male’s wings are purplish brown with a large transparent space in the middle. The female is larger than the male. The wing span is 4.2 to 6.6 centimeters.
The moth can be found across Canada from Nova Scotia to southeastern Manitoba, and in the United States. It lives indeciduous woodlands and suburbs. source