[ncsc-moths] Recent moths

Hi all,

I have been mothing every night, but hadn't had a chance to ID them yet.
Luckily, I was off from school Thursday and Friday, so I spend both days
identifying over 200 photos. Here is what have had in the past 2 wks. Also,
I think I had a Coastal Plain Meganola Moth, number 8983.1. This would be
first for the state, so would appreciate any confirmation on it.

Thanks

Ali Iyoob

 

Common Tan Wave

Maple Looper Moth

Abegesta reluctalis

Epipagis huronalis (seen tons when slogging through marshes in search of
rare damselflies)

Black-bordered Lemon Moth

Porcelain Gray (Matt Daw somehow spotted it flat on a tree trunk)

Wonderful Underwing (flushed off ground to tree, where I photographed it)

Nais Tiger Moth

Maple Webworm Moth

Diamondback Moth

Three-lined Leafroller

Armyworm Moth

Grateful Midget

Southern Flannel Moth

Orange-tipped Oakworm Moth (their cats were all over the oaks in front of my
house a few months ago)

Yellow-shouldered Slug Moth

Coastal Plain Meganola Moth (first for state if I am right on the ID)

Sparganothis bistriata

Juniper-twig Geometer

Soft-lined Wave Moth

Drab Brown Wave

Trumpet Vine Moth

Colorful Zale

Wavy-lined Heterocampa

Rustic Quaker

Skiff Moth

Ailanthus Webworm Moth

Panama Grass-tubeworm

Nason's Slug Moth

Exposed Lipocosma Moth

Ephestiodes infimella

Crocidophora pustuliferalis

Cresson's Grass-tubeworm Moth

Acrolophus piger

Common Idia 

Narrow-patch Carolella Moth

Small Necklaced Moth 

Crambid Snout Moth

Pink-barred Pseudeustrotia

Posturing Arta Moth

Caloptilia violacella

Elegant Grass-veneer Moth

 

 

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