Carol Muth
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Carol Muth liked RALPH ELDRIDGE's discussion ANCIENT MURRELET
May 24
Carol Muth replied to Joanne Savage's discussion The Gem [male] [Orthonama obstipata] RWH 7414 Arrived at front light, Quispamsis April 18, 2016 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"I didn't change anything, unless I did it unintentionally."
Aug 12, 2016
Carol Muth replied to Joanne Savage's discussion The Gem [male] [Orthonama obstipata] RWH 7414 Arrived at front light, Quispamsis April 18, 2016 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
" A beauty! I haven't been receiving the message links from this group for awhile-  glad this one came through the cyber-space :-)"
Aug 10, 2016
Carol Muth liked Stuart Tingley's discussion A Visit from The Visitation Moth (Dyspyralis illocata) 930669 / 8426 - New for NB?
Jul 25, 2016
Carol Muth liked Joanne Savage's discussion Chestnut-marked Pondweed Moth [Parapoynx badiusalis] RWH 4761 July 8/16 Quispamsis
Jul 9, 2016
Carol Muth liked Stuart Tingley's discussion Orange-barred Carpet Moth (Dysstroma hersiliata) at Cormierville, Kent Co., June 28, 2016
Jun 30, 2016
Nancy Mullin replied to Carol Muth's discussion X.curvimacula- Dot-And-Dash-Swordgrass- Bar Harbor Maine in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Mine are not uploading either, Carol....Will have to try later tonight."
May 23, 2016
Carol Muth replied to Carol Muth's discussion X.curvimacula- Dot-And-Dash-Swordgrass- Bar Harbor Maine in the group Moths of New Brunswick
May 23, 2016
Carol Muth added a discussion to the group Moths of New Brunswick
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X.curvimacula- Dot-And-Dash-Swordgrass- Bar Harbor Maine

Another one I've not seen before. There are a lot of "spots", so I'm not sure what to call them all. One is pale and crescent-shaped, with darker edge, two beyond that (Reniform?) are dark and edged in black. Brownish wide band on or near sub-apical area. Hindwings are held in a tapering position, unlike the Ashen Brindle (L.germana) which is a common narrow-shaped moth in our yard. Also, I looked in BAMONA (a favorite website) and I see that Dr. Thomas has a photo of X.curvimacula, and it…See More
May 23, 2016
Carol Muth liked E's discussion *Edited: NOT an Approachable sallow...very stand-offish. Stuart ID'ed it below...
May 23, 2016
Nancy Mullin replied to Carol Muth's discussion MIcro 18 May -Bar Harbor, Maine in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Nice one Carol!!  Just went to help out and I see that Tony has ID'ed it for you.  The Micros are a lot harder to figure out...:)"
May 20, 2016
Tony replied to Carol Muth's discussion MIcro 18 May -Bar Harbor, Maine in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"A very colouful specimen, more so than I would expect. I believe it is a Gray-banded Leafroller RWH3625 Argyrotaenia mariana p 98"
May 20, 2016
Tom Finck liked Carol Muth's discussion Petrophora subaequaria, (spelled it wrong on photo-drat) 18 May, Bar Harbor, Maine
May 20, 2016
Tom Finck liked Carol Muth's discussion MIcro 18 May -Bar Harbor, Maine
May 20, 2016
Nancy Mullin replied to Carol Muth's discussion Petrophora subaequaria, (spelled it wrong on photo-drat) 18 May, Bar Harbor, Maine in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"A beautiful shot Carol!!  We are not getting many moths I find.  It went down to 10 C last night, and I only had a some returning carpets. Hope things pick up."
May 20, 2016
Carol Muth added 2 discussions to the group Moths of New Brunswick
May 19, 2016

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At 6:59pm on August 12, 2015, Joanne Savage said…

Welcome to BNB Carol; hope you enjoy and participate often.

 
 
 

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