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Project Noah Nature School
South Carolina, U.S.A
Moth Week 2013
Keep it Steady
Thanks Jakubko! I'm not on here as much as I would like but thanks for the ID!
Thanks Jack! I think you are right. Yes, this one was on the kitchen windowsill. Hopefully my mother hasn't done away with him, I may have to make a rescue effort. :)
Well after a closer look, I'm not sure of the species. I do think you are right that it is Crambidae though.
Thanks Mark! I think it probably is a European Corn Borer moth. Sceliodes look promising too but I think it fits with the Crambidae.
Sorry Ronald and Amissa, as you can tell I haven't checked comments in a very long time. I'll definitely post the photo to your eggs of the world mission. Thanks all!
Yes, it was a caterpillar. I have no idea what kind though.
These are so cool! Great shot!
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