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Not sure if Caenurgina crassiuscula or C. ...
gray, four black spots
Thanks NuwanChathuranga for the ID
Lucas Cemetery, Rural Dunn Co., WI
1/2" wingspan moth
Not sure if C. crassiuscula or C.
I am thinking C. erechtea, but I'm not sure.
Active day and night
An moth under a light
Shades of brown
First sighting of the season of this common moth
Moth in the wall of the hotel, near by oak forest. About 3 cm long.
About 25mm long
Spotted on Stream trail. 107
Attracted to light in open area bordered by mixed woodland.
Fluttering low in the grass.
Little white caterpillar eating lunch. Chalky. Is somewhat distructive to ...
small as penny brown attracted to sweat.
Small tan moth with darker brown lines. Wingspan about an 1ch
Day Moth in the meadow. Approximately 3/4 inches long
A darker colored specimen than we usually see round here.