Backyard Mothing - Summer 2014
Stan Malcolm Photos - Marlborough, Connecticut

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June 23rd.  Marlborough, Hartford County, Connecticut

Shagreened Slug Moth (Apoda biguttata).

 

 

Shagreened Slug Moth (Apoda biguttata).

 

 

Shagreened Slug Moth (Apoda biguttata).

 

 

Dark-spotted Palthis (Palthis angularis).

 

 

Dark-spotted Palthis (Palthis angularis).

 

 

Dark-spotted Palthis (Palthis angularis).

 

 

Faint-spotted Palthis (Palthis asopialis).

 

 

Grape Leafroller (Desmia funeralis).

 

 

Grape Leafroller (Desmia funeralis).

 

 

Harlequin Webworm (Diathrausta harlequinalis).

 

 

Double-toothed Prominent (Nerice bidentata).

 

 

Double-toothed Prominent (Nerice bidentata).

 

 

Ambiguous Moth (Lascoria ambigualis).

 

 

Ambiguous Moth (Lascoria ambigualis).

 

 

Tulip-tree Beauty (Epimecis hortaria).

 

 

Upper: Tulip-tree Beauty (Epimecis hortaria).  Lower:  Horned Spanworm (Nematocampa resistaria).

 

 

Tulip-tree Beauty (Epimecis hortaria).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red-lined Panopoda (Panopoda rufimargo).

 

 

Red-lined Panopoda (Panopoda rufimargo).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Decorated Owlet (Pangrapta decoralis).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Toothed Brown Carpet (Xanthorhoe lacustrata).

 

 

Common Lytrosis (Lytrosis unitaria).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eastern Tent Caterpillar (Malacosoma americanum).

 

 

Distinct Quaker (Achatia distincta) climbing dogwood.

 

 

Distinct Quaker (Achatia distincta) climbing dogwood.

 

 

Mayfly (Order Ephemeroptera).

 

 

Crane Fly (probably Family Tipulidae).

 

 

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