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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

Quarryville Moths from early July till yesterday...Dates are marked

Finally walked through the families and came up with a couple of Id's I was stuggling with. 1. Hypsopygia olinalis - Yellow-fringed Dolicho…

Started by Nancy Mullin

16 Jul 16, 2017
Reply by Nancy Mullin

Grammia virgo - Virgin Tiger Moth - Hodges#8197 I think!! July 8, 2017 Quarryville

I thought for sure I had something new and REALLY different...very excited to check the ID, then realized there wasn't any with this partic…

Started by Nancy Mullin

33 Jul 15, 2017
Reply by Nancy Mullin

Acleris fragariana RWH 3532

Two came to my deck light, Oct 8 2016 Fredericton Appears to be a rarely photographed species; but Stewart got one last year

Started by Tony

4 Oct 10, 2016
Reply by Nancy Mullin

April 30 2016 Fredericton

A beautiful warm day here with a warm early evening. 17 moths in 8 species at my black lights, unfortunately all macros. Al  released. Half…

Started by Tony

5 May 1, 2016
Reply by Tony

Grote's Pinion RWH 9915

This grey species is almost identical to RWH 9914 Triple-spotted Pinion. My initial ID of this guy was Triple-spotted; being uncertain I ma…

Started by Tony

3 Nov 15, 2015
Reply by Stuart Tingley

179175 – 6007 – Vitula edmandsii – Dried Fruit Moth (Male) Oct. 8, 2015

Tony Thomas will be adding an image of the genitalia. 179175 – 6007 – Vitula edmandsii – Dried Fruit Moth (Male) Oct, 8, 2015, Quarryville …

Started by Nancy Mullin

1 Nov 8, 2015
Reply by Tony

5843 Spruce Coneworm, Fredericton Aug 8 2015

Dioryctria reniculelloides p 143; moths can be black and white or brownish

Started by Tony

2 Aug 12, 2015
Reply by Nancy Mullin

Not new species...from Aug. 8, 2015 Quarryville

1. Reticulated Fruitworm - Cenopis reticulatana - Hodges 3720  pg. 105     Sparganothid Leafroller - Family Tortricidae (Tortricid Moths) 2…

Started by Nancy Mullin

2 Aug 9, 2015
Reply by Stuart Tingley

Apamea cogitata - Thoughtful Apamea - Hodges#9367.1, Fredericton Aug 8 2015

This one and 9367 are almost identical and have been confused for many years (still confusing!). BugGuide comments "Doubtful Apamea (Apamea…

Started by Tony

1 Aug 9, 2015
Reply by Martin Turgeon

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