Genus Species Common Name Date
Acoloithus falsarius Clemens’ False Skeletonizer July 18, 2022
Acrobasis caryaevorella Hickory Shoot Moth July 18, 2022
Acrolophus arcanella Arcane Grass Tubeworm July 18, 2022
Acrolophus texanella Texas Grass Tubeworm July 18, 2022
Acronicta retardata Maple Dagger July 18, 2022
Agrotis ipsilon Ipsilon Dart July 18, 2022
Argyrotaenia velutinana Red-banded Leafroller July 18, 2022
Arta olivalis Olive Arta July 18, 2022
Arta statalis Posturing Arta July 18, 2022
Chrysendeton medicinalis Bold Medicine Moth July 18, 2022
Chytolita morbidalis Morbid Owlet July 18, 2022
Coleotechnites florae Coleotechnites Flower Moth July 18, 2022
Crambus agitatellus Double-banded Grass-veneer July 18, 2022
Cyclophora myrtaria Waxmyrtle Wave July 18, 2022
Datana ministra Yellow-necked Caterpillar Moth July 18, 2022
Elaphria grata Grateful Midget July 18, 2022
Elophila obliteralis Waterlily Leafcutter July 18, 2022
Eoreuma densella Wainscot Grass-veneer July 18, 2022
Ephestiodes infimella Reddish Ephestiodes July 18, 2022
Hypagyrtis unipunctata One-spotted Variant July 18, 2022
Hypsoropha hormos Small Necklace Moth July 18, 2022
Idia aemula Common Idia July 18, 2022
Larisa subsolana None July 18, 2022
Lobocleta unidentified Unidentified July 18, 2022
Macaria transitaria Blurry Chocolate Angle July 18, 2022
Microcrambus elegans Elegant Grass-veneer July 18, 2022
Microcrambus minor Minor Grass-veneer July 18, 2022
Paectes abrostoloides Large Paectes July 18, 2022
Palpita freemanalis Freeman’s Palpita July 18, 2022
Panopoda carneicosta Brown Panopoda July 18, 2022
Categories

Related Posts

Moths

Moths of Distinction: Baltimore Snout

Common Name:Baltimore Snout Scientific Name: Hypena baltimoralis A commonly seen visitor to the collecting sheet. It’s very distinct shape, colorations, and markings make it stand out in the crowd. Because

Read More »
Backyard Habitats

What’s Blooming Now? April 29, 2019

Feature photo is of Cherries Jubilee cultivar Left to right: Twilite Prairie Blues; Sapphire Spires; Purple Smoke; Solar Flares; Dutch Chocolate Our collection of Bapisia australis (False Indigo) cultivars are

Read More »

Click on icon to contact us

Text

(919) 241-7865
Our preferred method of contact

Text

Our preferred method of contact

Email

hello@backyardbutterflies.org
When a slower response is ok

Email

When a slower response is ok

Phone

(919) 241-7865
Please leave a voice message

Phone

Please leave a voice message