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Nancy's IMG_4404, Catastega sp.

EDIT: not 3251, genitalia (and moth) are almost certainly a Catastega sp. closest match is C. aceriella but genitalia sufficiently differen…

Started by Tony

4 on Saturday
Reply by Nancy Mullin

Finally a few macros in Cormierville, Kent Co., May 15, 2018

Despite continuing cool temperatures and some wind a few macros appeared at the front door light last evening. I photographed Bicolored Woo…

Started by Stuart Tingley

7 May 16
Reply by Stuart Tingley

A few moths from Cormierville, Kent Co., 3rd week of May 2017

I've had very few moths at the lights so far this spring but weather has generally been poor for mothing. Hopefully things will turn around…

Started by Stuart Tingley

5 May 28, 2017
Reply by Nancy Mullin

Moths at Cormierville, Kent Co., on May 2, 2016

After ten days of below normal temperatures and few moths here right on the coast in Kent County the evening of May 2nd was milder and more…

Started by Stuart Tingley

23 Jun 21, 2016
Reply by Nancy Mullin

Bicolored Woodgrain (Morrisonia evicta) 932802 - 10520

This medium-sized dark moth came to my front door light on the evening of May 24th. I didn't really know where to start to ID this one but…

Started by Stuart Tingley

3 Jun 4, 2015
Reply by Nancy Mullin

Subdued Quaker (Orthosia revicta) 932773 - 10490

This attractive moth was on shingles under my back door light on the morning of May 25, 2015. Feeds on a variety of deciduous trees. Correc…

Started by Stuart Tingley

4 Jun 4, 2015
Reply by Stuart Tingley

American Swordgrass Moth (Xylena nupera) 932518 (9873)

I'm really getting the hang of this moth identification game. This one only took me about two hours of searching at MPG and in my Peterson…

Started by Stuart Tingley

10 May 30, 2015
Reply by Danny O'Shea

Modest Furcula (Furcula modesta) # 7941

This was at the front door light last evening. As best I can tell this is Modest Furcula Furcula modesta although Zigzag Furcula Furcula sc…

Started by Stuart Tingley

3 May 23, 2015
Reply by Tony

Parsnip Webworm #0922

This moth turned up at my deck light May 10 2015. This is the 1st time I have photographed this species!

Started by Tony

5 May 11, 2015
Reply by Joanne Savage

Snowberry Clearwing (Hemaris diffinis) - New Scotland Bog - May 28/13

My first clearwing moth of the year appeared at roadside dandelions by a small bog along the New Scotland Road in Westmorland County north…

Started by Stuart Tingley

19 May 31, 2013
Reply by Stuart Tingley

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