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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!

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

dalefvictor Level 8 Aug 20, 2018
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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
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Outstanding!

travelerx2 Level 6 Aug 19, 2018
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Oh these are lovely, thanks for sharing

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What a great selection. Delightful.

Mooolah Level 8 Aug 19, 2018
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