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Jacob Gorneau

Jacob Gorneau

Noah Ranger and member of the National Moth Week Team.

New York State, USALat: 43.3, Long: -74.22

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Jacob Gorneau Straight-lined Argyria
Straight-lined Argyria commented on by Jacob Gorneau New York, USA2 years ago

Thank you very much, Hema! I'm looking forward to share what I learn with the community! :)

Jacob Gorneau Straight-lined Argyria
Straight-lined Argyria commented on by Jacob Gorneau New York, USA2 years ago

Hi Hema! I'm currently a senior in high school, but will be attending Cornell University in the fall for entomology.

Jacob Gorneau crambid moth
crambid moth commented on by Jacob Gorneau New York, USA2 years ago

Thank you, Thomas!

Jacob Gorneau Straight-lined Argyria
Straight-lined Argyria commented on by Jacob Gorneau New York, USA2 years ago

Thank you, bayucca! So glad to be back. :)

Jacob Gorneau Flattering Eutelia
Flattering Eutelia commented on by Jacob Gorneau Comunitat Valenciana, Spain3 years ago

These moths are called turntails in Africa as well.

Jacob Gorneau Flattering Eutelia
Flattering Eutelia commented on by Jacob Gorneau Comunitat Valenciana, Spain3 years ago

Sorry about that! I must have had another species in my clipboard. The common name was a guess for me. Most of the moths in this genus in NA are referred to by the genus name, with the specific name translated to English. I translated adulatrix, which turned out to be part of the root word "to flatter".

Jacob Gorneau Grapeleaf Skeletonizer
Grapeleaf Skeletonizer commented on by Jacob Gorneau Stamford, Connecticut, USA3 years ago

Cisseps fulvicollis would have a blue abdomen, and sometimes has a yellowish costa.

Jacob Gorneau Flame-shouldered Dart
Flame-shouldered Dart commented on by Jacob Gorneau Stamford, Connecticut, USA3 years ago

A much fresher individual. Wonderful!

Jacob Gorneau moth
moth commented on by Jacob Gorneau Stamford, Connecticut, USA3 years ago

Hi Ingrid, do you have any other photos of this moth? I have some ideas but it is hard to tell without a photo of the wings. Nice find!

Jacob Gorneau Hemlock Looper
Hemlock Looper commented on by Jacob Gorneau Maine, USA3 years ago

I love Douglas Mountain. In terms of moths saw the larva of Parallelia bistriaris and an adult Pangrapta declares while there. I was there in early August, so some beautiful mushrooms were everywhere. What a wonderful place.