New Moths

Bicolored Sallow (Sunira bicolorago)
Bent-lined Carpet (Costaconvexa centrostrigari)
Ipsilon Dart (Agrotis ipsilon)
Gray Looper Moth (Rachiplusia ou).

All seen since October 31.

2 Responses to “New Moths”


  1. 1 Charles McAlexander November 23, 2021 at 6:34 pm

    I just notice the trailing edges of moth wings are variously fringed and/or toothed. I don’t se this in butterflies. Is this a defining difference between moths and butterflies?

    • 2 mthew November 23, 2021 at 8:20 pm

      I don’t know. Antennae the primary method: club-like ends for butterflies, various other forms for moths. Moth people just call butterflies day-flying moths.


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