Category Archives: Moths

Night-time Leps Early Too

Toothed phigalia photo’d by Stephen Mason Stephen Mason, now at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, reports that nocturnal leps seem to be flying early this year, just as their day-flying, better-known (but far less numerous) relatives have been: … Continue reading

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Black Witch, Cape May Point

Photograph by Clay Sutton, Cape May Point State Park, 10-28-11 A rare wanderer drew the attention of observers’ eyes yesterday at Cape May Point, but it wasn’t a migratory hawk, shorebird, or warbler…. As reported by the Cape May Bird … Continue reading

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