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A Leafroller and a Tiger....July 20, 2018 Quarryville New for me...

1. Archips purpurana – Omnivorous Leafroller - Hodges 3658...There are 2 other similar, but I can make out the W on this one.   2. Eucha…

Started by Nancy Mullin

1 23 hours ago
Reply by Joanne Savage

An uncommon carpet - Xanthorhoe abrasaria Hodges#7370 at Cormierville, Kent Co., 18 July 2018

When I look through a complete list of all the 'carpets' known from NB I always think I must be overlooking many species at my lights. I wa…

Started by Stuart Tingley

7 yesterday
Reply by Joanne Savage

From this morning, after heavy rain last night. July 18, 2018 Quarryville

1. Phalaenostola larentioides - Black-banded Owlet - Hodges#8364...This fella was cooling all day and came awake immediately.  I chased it…

Started by Nancy Mullin

4 yesterday
Reply by Joanne Savage

Three more from this morning. July 17, 2018 Quarryville

1. Trichordestra rugosa - Wrinkled Trichordestra - Hodges#10302  New!!  Wouldn't stop moving 2. Mythimna oxygala - Lesser Wainscot - Hod…

Started by Nancy Mullin

3 on Wednesday
Reply by Nancy Mullin

Aglossa cuprina - Grease Moth - Hodges#5518 ?? July 16, 2017 Quarryville

 Confirmation would be appreciated....if my ID is correct, it's a new one for NB. 

Started by Nancy Mullin

5 on Wednesday
Reply by Joanne Savage

A few new for Quarryville.... from July 15th 2018

These are moths that have been posted by others....none are rare.  I did take a few days off last week and was delighted to find Harris's T…

Started by Nancy Mullin

2 on Tuesday
Reply by Stuart Tingley

The Skunk Moth (Polix coloradella) 1058 at Cormierville, Kent Co., NB on 15 July 2018

A distinctively marked micro that seems quite rare in NB. Martin Turgeon collected this species in n.w. NB but I don't see any records at B…

Started by Stuart Tingley

3 on Tuesday
Reply by Stuart Tingley

Browntail Moth (Euproctis chrysorrhoea) 930171.00 – 8320 at Cormierville, Kent Co., 13 July 2018

I was a bit shocked when this medium-large white moth with orange plumose antenna and abdomen flew in to my moth sheet and started flutteri…

Started by Stuart Tingley

10 on Monday
Reply by Joanne Savage

July 5-7, 2018 Quarryville. Thanks for the ID help everyone!

Corrections welcomed... 1.  Still no ID for this one.  I posted it on Moths of Eastern USA and they considered the same moths and didn't r…

Started by Nancy Mullin

27 Jul 12
Reply by Joanne Savage

Apamea alia - Fox Apamea - Hodges#9351 July 8, 2018 Quarryville New for me

 I flipped by this one many times in Peterson's.  I recognized it right away.  Looks like I'm the only person who hasn't had it!!

Started by Nancy Mullin

4 Jul 10
Reply by Nancy Mullin

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