(Mostly) Moths on Milkweed - July 2, 2013
Stan Malcolm Photos - Marlborough, Connecticut

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July 2nd.  Marlborough, Hartford County, Connecticut - 9:30-10:30 PM.

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02-08-IMG_0460-export-screen.jpg  Dave: Hypsopygia olinalis?

 

 

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02-35-IMG_0485-export-screen.jpg  Condylolomia participalis.

 

 

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02-46-IMG_0489-export-screen.jpg  Crambus bidens.

 

 

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02-58-IMG_0540-export-screen.jpg  A Crane Fly, Elephantomyia westwoodi, in the family Limoniidae.  E. westwoodi is one of only 2 known species in North America.  Described by Charles Paul Alexander in 1947, the year I was born.  As I recall, Alexander was active in the NY Ent Soc when I attended meetings in the late 60s.  Seemed like he had species descriptions in every issue of the JNYES back then.  Bio says, "He described over 11,000 species and genera of flies, which translates to approximately a species description a day for his entire career."  Much more here if it interests you:ttp://siarchives.si.edu/collections/siris_arc_217455

 

 

02-59-IMG_0540-export-screen-2.jpg With a schnoz like that, no wonder it earned the genus name "elephant fly".