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Mottled Euchlaena

Euchlaena tigrinaria

Notes:

Wow. One-thousand spottings. Who knew it would take a short two-hundred twenty-nine days? But these aren't just days; they are solid memories of knowledge and the amazing friendships I have made over this period of time. I am very ecstatic this spotting is of a moth, an insect I have learned much about throughout all of the users here over a period of only a few months. I have learned more here than any textbook could ever tell you. It would be impossible to list every single user that has inspired, supported, or assisted me here on Project Noah, because each user has inspired me in their own way, whether by taking amazing pictures, or a true talent in identifying species. I must thank the amazing team behind Project Noah. Yasser Ansari and Peter Horvath, the amazing co-founders of Project Noah. Martin Ceperley, for his dedicated help amongst the technological problems, and fixing them in a stunning amount of time. Karen Loughrey, for her extremely amazing support for me along my journey, and for perfecting her new role as Community Director. David Munson, for his talent of inspiring future generations to love and discover the nature out there. My summer was made when on July 9, 2012, I became a Project Noah Ranger. I have strived to help as many people as I can, and to serve this wonderfully beautiful community of spotters. Friends of Nature, Keep on spotting! Jacob

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16 Comments

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 8 years ago

Thank you, Dan, Nuwan, Sumukha, Liam and Antonio for your very thoughtful and nice comments. Antonio, thanks so much for your amazing words.

J my friend i was waiting for this one 1000th spottings, great spotting page,fantastic info's,congratulations and thanks for sharing these sometime strange,but allways gorgeous moths ,i'll keep my eyes on your page keep the great work and thanks again for beeing such a wonderful person

Liam
Liam 8 years ago

Congrats on the big 1k, J!

Sumukha Javagal
Sumukha Javagal 8 years ago

Congrats J..!

NuwanChathuranga
NuwanChathuranga 8 years ago

Congratulations J !

dandoucette
dandoucette 8 years ago

True and touching notes. Nice spot and welcome to the 1000 club J!

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 8 years ago

Thanks so much for your comment, Maria! You go too! :)

MariaPomsaharova
MariaPomsaharova 8 years ago

Congrats! You inspire me with your enthusiasm about moths. Keep up the good work being it spotting or identifying little beauties. You go, J! :)

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 8 years ago

Thanks Sergio! I never knew it would come so soon either!

Thanks Noel! I am looking forward to more of your beautiful finds as well!

John, thanks so much for your expertise in wildlife near my area. I really had trouble with a couple of them!

Yasser, thanks so much for the very nice comment. Many more indeed! I look forward to sharing and enjoying much more of Project Noah in the future!

Thanks Scott! I really have fun trying to make moths more interesting to everyone!

Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 8 years ago

Great work!

Yasser
Yasser 8 years ago

You are a certified nature nerd J! :) Big congrats on this big milestone. Here's to many, many more!!

JDP
JDP 8 years ago

Congrats!

Noel Buensuceso
Noel Buensuceso 8 years ago

Congratulations J on # 1000!

Sergio Monteiro
Sergio Monteiro 8 years ago

Congratulations for your 1000th spotting, J. You've come a long way, but you did it fast!

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 8 years ago

Thank you so much, Mark!

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 8 years ago

Congrats on 1000 J. Incredible work.

Jacob Gorneau
Spotted by
Jacob Gorneau

Maine, USA

Spotted on Jun 24, 2012
Submitted on Sep 5, 2012

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