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Moth

by vijaybarveIndia

Locastra sp., very close to Locastra muscosalis Pyralidae,

5 2 Pyralidae, Epipaschiinae

Pyralidae, Epipaschiinae

by Jatishwor Singh Irungbamརྩི་རང་རྫོང་ཁག་, Bhutan

Pyralidae, Epipaschiinae - Lista sp. c.f. ...

0 0 Pyralid Moth

Pyralid Moth

by StephenSolomonsGosford, New South Wales, Australia

# Salma nephelodes moth feb 14

0 0 Maple Webworm Moth

Maple Webworm Moth

by ForestDragonVirginia, USA

Small, grayish moth with distinct patterning.

1 0 Maple Webworm Moth

Maple Webworm Moth

by ForestDragonVirginia, USA

Small moth with gray, black and tan markings. Two different individuals.

1 0 Olive Borer

Olive Borer

by DrNamgyalT.Sherpaगान्तोक, Sikkim, India

Length: 22mm.

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Spotting

by DrNamgyalT.Sherpaगान्तोक, Sikkim, India

Hilly forests. Cool to warm place. Altitude: 1,700m.

1 0 Olive Borer

Olive Borer

by DrNamgyalT.SherpaGangtok, Sikkim, India

Hilly forest.

1 8 Epipaschiinae sp.

Epipaschiinae sp.

by Argy BeeVictoria, Australia

This one looked almost black but was actually subtle shades of pink and green. ...

1 0 Mimaglossa nauplialis

Mimaglossa nauplialis

by Mark RidgwayMelbourne, Victoria, Australia

About 15mm long.

0 0 Pyralid moth

Pyralid moth

by Mark RidgwayMelbourne, Victoria, Australia

About 24mm long. Spots along wing outer margins. Patterns in white and cerise ...

0 0 Pyralid Moth

Pyralid Moth

by StephenSolomonsGosford, New South Wales, Australia

#Stericta carbonalis moth march 14. The moth is very dark but the ...

0 0 Double-humped Pococera Moth

Double-humped Pococera Moth

by ForestDragonVirginia, USA

Small moth with brown/gray and yellow coloration. Raised white scales along the ...

0 0 Pyralid Moth

Pyralid Moth

by LeubaMelbourne, Victoria, Australia

This attractive moth was about 15 mm long ( wing span about 30 mm). The fore ...

0 0 Double-humped Pococera Moth

Double-humped Pococera Moth

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

Pyralid Moth (Pyralidae) in the Genus Pococera. It's also called the Striped ...

8 4 Crambid snout moth

Crambid snout moth

by Sergio MonteiroSanta Catarina, Brazil

inconspicuous. The family is divided into 5 subfamilies, with the