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@JulieGoodBloodClark: (In response to comment: I Honestly, can not remember it was like in July/Aug? I probably used the enhanced option on my iphoto program…but otherwise thats it….I just wonder where is the head?)Interesting, was it just there or did you lure it in a certain way? I believe the head is not elongated like other moths. If you look in the dead center of your photo, it looks like the antennae is resting horizontally, creating the impression that the moth is missing its head. Thanks again for allowing me to use this spotting as the mission's icon--I am honored!! I have now changed the spotting to the 100th submitionalist's spotting.
A beatiful butterfly.....
I Honestly, can not remember it was like in July/Aug? I probably used the enhanced option on my iphoto program…but otherwise thats it….I just wonder where is the head?
You're the mission icon of Moths of Northeastern US for the week!! Congrats!! Did you change the saturation in this photo, or is this how it actually was? Just wondering... :)
If you added a spotting to the mission, you should automatically join.
Okay, it will be next week's mission icon!! Thank you.
I did spot this next to wild Blackberry bushes...
How do I join the mission?
Sweet!!! Not at all Please do use it….
Thanks, would you mind if I made this the mission's icon for a week?
AMAZING!!! Please add to and join mission: http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8841...I would be honored if you added this and joined the mission.
Really cool coloring!
I think Sarah has it.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlorochlam...
Fringed emerald moth?
Very pretty. Makes me think of this one I saw: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/540...
Spotted on Aug 22, 2011 Submitted on Aug 22, 2011
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