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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: Oct 13

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2 Acleris species Oct. 11/17 Quispamsis

Started by Joanne Savage. Last reply by Joanne Savage Oct 13. 3 Replies

1. Acleris cervianna 35142. Acleris celiana's 3533…Continue

Snowy-shouldered Acleris [Acleris nivisellana] 3510 Oct. 10/17 Quispamsis to lights

Started by Joanne Savage. Last reply by Joanne Savage Oct 11. 5 Replies

Also had FOS 7433,[ Autumnal Moth] and The Gem 7414 [female].…Continue

Spotted Beet Webworm (Hymenia perspectalis) 801279 / 5169 at Cormierville, Kent Co., 9 October 2017

Started by Stuart Tingley. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Oct 10. 2 Replies

Martin Turgeon reported a couple of October specimens from the n.w. corner of the province (see…Continue

Two uncommon moths at Cormierville, Kent Co., 6 October 2017

Started by Stuart Tingley. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Oct 10. 2 Replies

Full moon, light SW wind and 14C at 9pm. Just did a check of the back and front door lights. One moth at each light. At the front door was this Treble-bar Aplocera plagiata 910468 / 7627. A new…Continue

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Comment by Nancy Mullin on December 15, 2015 at 8:38pm

Thanks for the link Tony. The images sure pale in comparison to yours.  I ran across a video, and got all excited.  It turned out they were dissecting a caterpillar. That was a disappointment!  

Also happy there isn't an exam lol

Comment by Joanne Savage on December 15, 2015 at 6:26pm

Ha, ha Tony some of those [Latin/scientific] terms are already in our vocabulary!!! Glad here will be no 'exam' though!

Comment by Tony on December 15, 2015 at 6:21pm

There is an outline of how to prepare moth genitalia with some (poor, blurry) photos naming the parts. It may be useful - certainly not worth remembering the names; they will not be on the end of the year exam (for Nancy & Joanne).

http://britishlepidoptera.weebly.com/male-genitalia.html

Comment by Martin Turgeon on September 22, 2015 at 11:19am

agonopterix atrodorsella

Comment by Martin Turgeon on September 22, 2015 at 11:16am

here some Agonopterix  and a nice one the last two 1458 Mompha unifasciella & 5466 Vaxi critica the other 889 Agonopterix argillacea,916 Semioscopis aurella,922 Depressaria pastinacella,867 Agonopterix pulvipennella

I will redo photo if needed but some not in super shape

Comment by Tony on September 21, 2015 at 11:39am

Chris: i had to leave them as they are not mine; work paid for by the Federal Government; I doubt that anyone can legally 'take them'.

Comment by Chris Adam on September 21, 2015 at 11:35am

By the way, did you guys know that there is a page at MPG called Nelson Poirier's Moths of New Brunswick? Not very extensive, but a start, anyway. HERE.

Comment by Chris Adam on September 21, 2015 at 11:31am

They're probably still there, Tony. I was there last summer, and there were many boxes of specimens just lying around. Jon Sweeney or Reggie might know. Maybe he will give them to you.

Comment by Tony on September 21, 2015 at 11:22am
They were left in the CFS lab where all the insect species are/were kept (the old FIDS lab.
Comment by Chris Adam on September 21, 2015 at 11:01am

Where are they now, Tony? Surely some were kept. The NB Museum?

 

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