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  1. Jersey Tiger

    Jersey Tiger

  2. M

    Unidentified moth? Northern Ireland May 2019 (No photo, only description)

    I can't find where to put this, so here it is in this forum, sorry Me and my sisters were in the garden one balmy May afternoon, when a huge dark moth decided to land on our clematis plant. I have not seen one before or after like it. It was huge, but sadly did not spread it's wings, and a...
  3. Burnet Companion

    Burnet Companion

  4. Orange Underwing

    Orange Underwing

  5. Light Orange Underwing

    Light Orange Underwing

  6. Hummingbird Hawk-moth : nectaring : Amazing Wildlife of India by Renu Tewari & Alok Tewari

    Hummingbird Hawk-moth : nectaring : Amazing Wildlife of India by Renu Tewari & Alok Tewari

    1.4K views, 49 likes, 4 loves, 11 comments, 25 shares, Facebook Watch Videos from Alok Tewari: An amazing moth ... that flies ... nectars ... ... and behaves much like a Hummingbird ... Even the name is ... Hummingbird Hawk-moth This video was recorded in Himalayas ... ... in noon-time ...
  7. Moth


    Moth (Episcepsis sp.: Erebidae)
  8. Blue underwing

    Blue underwing

  9. K

    Caterpillar ID

    Hi guys, I've been seeing alot of these stunning caterpillars on a lavender patch recently but am unsure what type they are. The closest one I could find was possibly a mullein moth, the colours are the same but the pattern is slightly different. Can anyone help identify it for me? Thanks in...
  10. Red Underwing

    Red Underwing

  11. J

    Please help identify moth

    Hi new here just wondering if anyone could help identify this moth
  12. A

    Hard to ID moth in SW Washington

    Hello fellow moth enthusiasts! A friend posted a picture of this moth that they had rescued from under their car hood, and wanted help identifying it. I spent a few hours looking through the PNW moth and butterfly registry, but couldn't find anything that looked enough like the mystery moth for...
  13. njlarsen

    Moth from Barbados

    This one lay dead on our floor this morning. I am guessing it might be a relative of those called Copper Underwing but I really don't know. Any good ideas? thanks Niels
  14. Bordered Beauty.JPG

    Bordered Beauty.JPG

    Fairly common species, although less common in Scotland, the first I've found personally
  15. Dark Bordered Beauty.JPG

    Dark Bordered Beauty.JPG

    A local species known only from a few sites in Scotland and Northern England
  16. 1 Kentish Glory Female.JPG

    1 Kentish Glory Female.JPG

    Female Kentish Glory moth
  17. White-tipped Black Moth

    White-tipped Black Moth

    White-tipped Black Moth (Melanchroia chephise: Geometridae) Wingspan ca. 3.3 cm (1.3 in). It may or may not be significant but the plant it kept landing on is an annual herb known as Drummonds leaf-flower (Phyllanthus abnormis: Euphorbiaceae)
  18. Four-spotted Bird Dropping Moth

    Four-spotted Bird Dropping Moth

    Four-spotted Bird Dropping Moth (Tarache tetragona: Noctuidae) Wingspan ca. 2.0 cm (0.79 in) and 11-12 mm (0.43-0.47 in) long.
  19. Tersa Sphinx Moth

    Tersa Sphinx Moth

    Tersa Sphinx (Xylophanes tersa: Sphingidae) Wingspan: 6.0-7.9 cm (2.4-3.2 in).
  20. Squash Vine Borer Moth

    Squash Vine Borer Moth

    Squash Vine Borer Moth (Melittia cucurbitae: Sesiidae) Wingspan 2.8-3.2 cm (1.1-1.3 in) and ca. 1.6 cm (0.6 in) long.
  21. Dogwood Borer Moth

    Dogwood Borer Moth

    Dogwood Borer Moth (Synanthedon scitula: Sesiidae) Adult 8-12 mm long. Though its common name is Dogwood Borer Moth it bores into Pecan trees with equal frequency.
  22. Virgin Tiger Moth

    Virgin Tiger Moth

  23. Hummingbird Clearwing Moth

    Hummingbird Clearwing Moth

  24. Mournful Thyris Moth

    Mournful Thyris Moth

    Mournful Thyris Moth (Pseudothyris sepulchralis: Thyrididae) Wingspan 1.5-2.3 cm (0.59-0.91 in).
  25. Common Looper

    Common Looper

    Common Looper Moth (Autographa precationis: Noctuidae) Wingspan 3.0-3.8 cm (1.2-1.5 in). Nectaring the flowers of a redbud tree.