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Hobomok skipper (?) - Rockwood Park - 26 August 2012

Always an interesting positioning of the wings. I believe this is a hobomok skipper (Poanes hobomok).

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Black-Lined Acleris, Acleris nigrolinea - Hodges#3556 April 23, 2016 Quarryville

I shot this in a very bright room...too windy to go outside.  It is actually a much lighter gray...almost silver and shines, especially wit…

Started by Nancy Mullin

10 3 hours ago
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Acleris hastiana, Quispamsis

Oct 29 2015 coll: Joanne RWH 3531 Acleris hastiana

Started by Tony

3 4 hours ago
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finally a moth- Acleris

In my trap, am of April 24 2018. I am not confident in naming many species of Acleris based on 'looks'

Started by Tony

3 7 hours ago
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Two macro moths April 23/18 Quispamsis to bait

#1: Grote's Pinion [Lithophane grotei] Hodges 9915 #2: Dashed Gray Pinion [Lithophane disposita] Hodges 9892

Started by Joanne Savage

3 20 hours ago
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Lost Sallow [Eupsilia devia] Hodge's # 9939 April 17/18 Quispamsis to bait

Please excuse lousy image of this moth.

Started by Joanne Savage

4 on Saturday
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Straight-toothed Sallow [Eupsilia vinulenta] Hodge's 9933 Quispamsis to bait April 17/18

Started by Joanne Savage

2 Apr 18
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Just found a moth at the front light April 12/18 Quispamsis

The moth, a micro, is presently 'chilling out' in the fridge.

Started by Joanne Savage

3 Apr 13
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Dowdy Pinion [Lithophane unimoda] RWH 9916 This id from Tony's examination of the genitalia March 26/18

Front lights October 5/15 Hammond River area Quispamsis.

Started by Joanne Savage

17 Mar 26
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Grass miner family

Mar 17 2018 3:08pm this was flying around in my shop.

Started by Laurie Grattan

7 Mar 24
Reply by Laurie Grattan

Yahoo! A moth! Something to ID!

I found this critter (hover for spoiler) flying around the house last night.  Must have come in on some of our firewood. I've got cabin fe…

Started by E

13 Mar 22
Reply by Joanne Savage

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