Moths of New Brunswick

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Moths of New Brunswick

A group all about the moths of New Brunswick, and also the Maritimes. The variety of these night-flying (and sometimes day-flying) creatures is astounding, so post your images here and we'll get something going.

Location: Fredericton, NB
Members: 77
Latest Activity: on Wednesday

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*Solved* Stumped for 8+ months....

Started by E. Last reply by Stuart Tingley on Wednesday. 13 Replies

No ideas.  If memory serves, it was on the side of a truck in the Fredericton area.Submitted to iNaturalist a week+ ago and no bites yet.Taken May 21, 2017.**Edit:**  Spoiler alert - ID found here:…Continue

New Lep publication at Pensoft

Started by Danny O'Shea. Last reply by Danny O'Shea Feb 5. 3 Replies

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Merry Christmas!!

Started by Nancy Mullin. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Dec 24, 2017. 5 Replies

Wishing all you Moffers out there a Safe, Healthy Christmas  and a Happy New Year!Hoping 2018 brings a few new Moths to the area...:)Continue

Alder leaftier - Caloptilia alnivorella

Started by Chris Adam. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Dec 11, 2017. 3 Replies

This recent moth id has resulted in a new species page at BugGuide. GRACILLARIIDAE Gracillariinae: 0587…Continue

Tags: alnivorella, Caloptilia, 0587, Gracillariinae, GRACILLARIIDAE

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Comment by Joanne Savage on August 14, 2011 at 9:04pm

I'm so glad someone started a site dealing with Moths to go along with all the other very welcome additions that have branched off the birding site .

So much info to be found !

Comment by Chris Adam on August 11, 2011 at 10:16pm
Glad you found this, Denis. Welcome. This was started this morning just because i got those great (ahem) pics of the sphinx moth and i wanted to be more organized in showing them off. There are now three members: me at work, you, and me at home.
Comment by Chris Adam on August 11, 2011 at 11:55am
I walked out my front door at 10:30 last night and saw this lovely Laurel Sphinx (Sphinx kalmiae) at my feet. It posed demurely for several portraits.
 

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