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Jacob Gorneau

Jacob Gorneau

Noah Ranger and member of the National Moth Week Team.

New York State, USALat: 43.3, Long: -74.22

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Jacob Gorneau Geometrid Moth
Geometrid Moth commented on by Jacob Gorneau Querétaro, Mexico9 hours ago

Felix, what a beautiful moth! Congratulations, your spotting has been selected as spotting of the day!

It's Day 2 of National Moth Week and we are seeing some beautiful moths worldwide! Here is Lophochorista calliope, a beautiful geometrid, or inchworm moth from Mexico spotted by Project Noah user Felix Fleck. This moth is an incredible bird poop mimic.

National Moth Week is a global citizen science project aimed at promoting the importance of moths and their beauty. Join us July 20-28 by hosting or attending a moth night (public or private)!

Visit nationalmothweek.org for more information and register an event for free here: http://nationalmothweek.org/register-a-n....
https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/19...

Jacob Gorneau Bagworm Moth
Bagworm Moth commented on by Jacob Gorneau PNG, Malaysiaa day ago

Congratulations, Richard Ong! Your spotting has been selected as the spotting of the day to kick off National Moth Week 2019!

Happy National Moth Week!!! Today’s spotting of the day is a beautiful bagworm moth in the family Psychidae! We will be highlighting the beauty and diversity of moths by selecting a moth as a spotting of the day for each day of National Moth Week.

National Moth Week is a global citizen science project aimed at promoting the importance of moths and their beauty. Join us July 20-28 by hosting or attending a moth night (public or private)!

Visit nationalmothweek.org for more information and register an event for free here: http://nationalmothweek.org/register-a-n....
https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/14...

Jacob Gorneau Giant Peacock Moth / Noćno paunče
Giant Peacock Moth / Noćno paunče commented on by Jacob Gorneau Croatiaa week ago

Congratulations, injica! Your fabulous moth has been selected as spotting of the day!

Today’s spotting of the day is the Peacock moth (Saturnia pyri)!
We are only one week out from National Moth Week 2019! National Moth Week is a global citizen science project aimed at promoting the importance of moths and their beauty. Join us July 20-28 by hosting or attending a moth night (public or private)!
Visit nationalmothweek.org for more information and register an event for free here: http://nationalmothweek.org/register-a-n....
https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/60...

Jacob Gorneau Moth,Caterpillar of Parasa joanae
Moth,Caterpillar of Parasa joanae commented on by Jacob Gorneau Alfaro, Provincia Alajuela, Costa Rica2 weeks ago

Congratulations, Gilma! Your spotting was selected as the spotting of the day in anticipation of National Moth Week!

Today’s spotting of the day is a stunning slug moth caterpillar (Parasa joanae)!
We are only two weeks out from National Moth Week 2019! National Moth Week is a global citizen science project aimed at promoting the importance of moths and their beauty. Join us July 20-28 by hosting or attending a moth night (public or private)!
Visit nationalmothweek.org for more information and register an event for free here: http://nationalmothweek.org/register-a-n....
Don't forget to share your moth spottings to the Moths of the World mission here: https://www.projectnoah.org/missions/884...
Slug moth caterpillar:
https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/59...

Jacob Gorneau Vishnou Lappet
Vishnou Lappet commented on by Jacob Gorneau Gangtok, Sikkim, India4 weeks ago

Congratulations DrNamgyalT.Sherpa! Your spotting was selected for spotting of the day on June 20th!

Today’s spotting of the day is the striking Vishnou lappet moth (Trabala vishnou)!

We are only a month out from National Moth Week 2019! National Moth Week is a global citizen science project aimed at promoting the importance of moths and their beauty. Join us July 20-28 by hosting or attending a moth night (public or private)!

Visit nationalmothweek.org for more information and register an event for free here: http://nationalmothweek.org/register-a-n....
Don't forget to share your moth spottings to the Moths of the World mission here: https://www.projectnoah.org/missions/884...

Vishnou lappet moth:
https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/39...

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Jacob Gorneau Straight-lined Argyria
Straight-lined Argyria commented on by Jacob Gorneau New York, USA3 years ago

Thank you very much, Hema! I'm looking forward to share what I learn with the community! :)

Jacob Gorneau Straight-lined Argyria
Straight-lined Argyria commented on by Jacob Gorneau New York, USA3 years ago

Hi Hema! I'm currently a senior in high school, but will be attending Cornell University in the fall for entomology.

Jacob Gorneau crambid moth
crambid moth commented on by Jacob Gorneau New York, USA3 years ago

Thank you, Thomas!

Jacob Gorneau Straight-lined Argyria
Straight-lined Argyria commented on by Jacob Gorneau New York, USA3 years ago

Thank you, bayucca! So glad to be back. :)

Jacob Gorneau Flattering Eutelia
Flattering Eutelia commented on by Jacob Gorneau Comunitat Valenciana, Spain3 years ago

These moths are called turntails in Africa as well.