Moth O’clock

A White-speck Moth landed on my thigh, took to my palm, walked around to my arm, and then was coaxed onto a tree.

Raspberry Pyrausta Moth, stirred up as I walked by.
Dogwood Borer Moth. Just sitting there.

2 Responses to “Moth O’clock”


  1. 1 Elizabeth L White August 14, 2020 at 9:53 am

    That last one looks like a bee/wasp mimic. I wonder if it fools predators too.

  2. 2 Chuck McAlexander August 14, 2020 at 5:31 pm

    The Dogwood Borer Moth looks like the result of a wild weekend involving a butterfly, a wasp and a shrimp! Weird looking bug.


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