Genus Species Common Name Date

Achyra

rantalis

Garden Webworm

07/25/2022

Acoloithus

falsarius

Clemens’ False Skeletonizer

07/25/2022

Acrolophus

unidentified

Unidentified

07/25/2022

Argyrotaenia

velutinana

Red-banded Leafroller

07/25/2022

Blastobasis

glandulella

Acorn Moth

07/25/2022

Callosamia

angulifera

Tulip-tree Silk Moth

07/25/2022

Chionodes

mediofuscella

Black-smudged Chionodes

07/25/2022

Chloridea

virescens

Tobacco Budworm

07/25/2022

Chrysodeixis

includens

Soybean Looper

07/25/2022

Clepsis

peritana

Garden Tortrix

07/25/2022

Cochylichroa

unidentified

Unidentified

07/25/2022

Dioryctria

amatella

Southern Pine Coneworm

07/25/2022

Eacles

imperialis

Imperial Moth

07/25/2022

Elaphria

chalcedonia

Chalcedony Midget

07/25/2022

Elaphria

grata

Grateful Midget

07/25/2022

Ephestiodes

infimella

Reddish Ephestiodes

07/25/2022

Epicallima

argenticinctella

Orange Epicallima

07/25/2022

Framinghamia

helvalis

None

07/25/2022

Galgula

partita

Wedgling Moth

07/25/2022

Garella

nilotica

Black-olive Caterpillar Moth

07/25/2022

Helicoverpa

zea

Corn Earworm

07/25/2022

Idia

aemula

Common Idia

07/25/2022

Loxostegopsis

merrickalis

Merrick’s Pyralid

07/25/2022

Mythimna

unipuncta

Armyworm Moth

07/25/2022

Platynota

semiustana

Singed Platynota

07/25/2022

Pleuroprucha

insularia

Common Tan Wave

07/25/2022

Plutella

xylostella

Diamondback Moth

07/25/2022

Pococera

asperatella

Maple Webworm

07/25/2022

Promalactis

suzukiella

Suzuki’s Promalactics

07/25/2022

Spodoptera

exigua

Beet Armyworm

07/25/2022

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