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Highlights from last night's moth lighting trip to Lopez in Sullivan County.
Black Zigzag, Crocus geometer or False Crocus geometer (can't tell definitively without dissection), some swamp-dwelling Pyralid, another kind of Pyralid, silver spotted Fern moth, soybean looper, Papaipema sp., Gallium sphinx, twin spotted sphinx

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They are all really cool looking. I understand why you enjoy your hobby so much.

I'm beginning to recognize the sphinx(es) now. You're a good teacher!

AstralSmoke Level 8 Aug 20, 2018

Thanks! When it comes to insects there is SO MUCH to learn. So if you are interested in them at least you will never be bored!


Their beauty is only surpassed by their variety. Hope that actually makes sense.

dalefvictor Level 8 Aug 20, 2018

they are all so beautiful - & creative in their dress patterns. but i really admire the cheek of the ladybird, trying to get under the papaipema's skirt smile002.gif

walklightly Level 8 Aug 20, 2018


travelerx2 Level 6 Aug 19, 2018

Oh these are lovely, thanks for sharing


What a great selection. Delightful.

Mooolah Level 8 Aug 19, 2018
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