Do you know about this insect?
What is the name? Is that harmful or helpful?
I can say this much, that is a moth. Now as far as what kind it depends on what area you are in. If you use that information you can narrow down your search. I would such sending this picture to your local museum someone there can help you better.
it looks like a common tan wave moth... you might be able to find it online under "tan wave moth" They seem to mostly eat plants... so probably not harmful.
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