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Spotting

Description:

Small moth with forewing length of ~10mm and overall length of ~14mm

Habitat:

10 meters from Big Wheeling Creek near Planted Hemlock and spruce, surrounded by beech maple forest, within 300 meters of mowed field

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4 Comments

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 9 years ago

Okay. Haha, fifty-three of them in Arcolophus.

JakeFrancis
JakeFrancis 9 years ago

... so many acrolophi!

JakeFrancis
JakeFrancis 9 years ago

Thanks J, My guide has only one Tubeworm (Dark Grass-Tubeworm), so I will check out the Moth Photographers Group to try and narrow it down.

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 9 years ago

Looks much like a type of tubeworm moth.

JakeFrancis
Spotted by
JakeFrancis

West Virginia, USA

Spotted on Aug 1, 2012
Submitted on Aug 6, 2012

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