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North American Moths

A blog dedicated to sharing these beautiful but oft-forgotten lepidopterans

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The Moth and Me #12Seabrooke

Mon, 21 Jun 2010 03:32:30 +0000

The latest edition of The Moth and Me, #12, is up over at The Skeptical Moth. Chris has done a great job compiling the varied posts, in the process reflecting on his own “mothing journey”. You should, at the very … Continue reading (image)

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Flame-shouldered DartSeabrooke10891 - Ochropleura implecta - Flame-shouldered Dart (2)

Sun, 16 May 2010 23:45:51 +0000

Flame-shouldered Dart Ochropleura implecta Hodges #10891 Fields and meadows. Mid-spring through summer.(image)

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Bilobed LooperSeabrooke8907 - Megalographa biloba - Bilobed Looper (2)

Sun, 16 May 2010 01:06:21 +0000

Bilobed Looper Megalographa biloba Hodges #8907 Open field, meadow and agricultural habitats. Caterpillars feed on many wild and cultivated plants, including dandelion, alfalfa and barley. Early spring through late fall. In northern parts of range, migrant only (can’t survive the … Continue reading (image)

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Io MothSeabrooke7746 - Automeris io - Io Moth

Wed, 12 May 2010 20:40:24 +0000

Io Moth Automeris io Hodges #7746 Many habitats; caterpillars use wide variety of hostplants. Mid-spring to mid-fall.(image)

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Toadflax BrocadeSeabrooke10177 - Calophasia lunula - Toadflax Brocade (2)Toadflax Brocade

Sat, 08 May 2010 00:47:34 +0000

Toadflax Brocade Calophasia lunula Hodges #10177 Mid-spring through summer. Fields, meadows, roadsides, “waste places”. Was introduced to North America in the 1960s in an attempt to control Butter-and-eggs aka Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris), another introduced species. Studies have shown that … Continue reading (image)

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Red-fringed EmeraldSeabrooke7046 - Nemoria bistriaria - Red-fringed Emerald (2)

Fri, 07 May 2010 00:22:43 +0000

Red-fringed Emerald Nemoria bistriaria Hodges #7046 Deciduous and mixed woods. Spring and again mid-summer.(image)

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Owl-eyed Bird Dropping MothSeabrooke9061 - Cerma cora - Owl-eyed Bird Dropping Moth (2)

Wed, 05 May 2010 00:38:13 +0000

Owl-eyed Bird Dropping Moth Cerma cora Hodges #9061 Old fields, forest edges. Caterpillars feed on pin cherry and perhaps hawthorn. Mid-spring to mid-summer.(image)

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Curve-toothed GeometerSeabrooke6966 - Eutrapela clemataria - Curve-toothed Geometer (2)

Mon, 03 May 2010 23:49:22 +0000

Curve-toothed Geometer Eutrapela clemataria Hodges #6966 Deciduous and mixed woods. Spring through summer.(image)

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Chosen SallowSeabrooke10012 - Psaphida electilis - Chosen Sallow (2)

Thu, 29 Apr 2010 21:01:33 +0000

Chosen Sallow Psaphida electilis Hodges # 10012 Deciduous woods. Early to mid-spring.(image)

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Yellow-veined GeometerSeabrooke6430 - Orthofidonia flavivenata - Yellow-veined Geometer (2)

Wed, 28 Apr 2010 01:04:20 +0000

Yellow-veined Geometer Orthofidonia flavivenata Hodges #6430 Wet mixed woods, swamps and bogs. Mid-spring.(image)

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