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June 29, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
Last night was the best night so far with 15 moths of 11 species. 7 of them new for the year.  Also, after 4 years of trying I finally manged to get a photograph of  a Common Gluphisia (Gluphisia septentrionis) that wasn't moving its wings!  The new backyard species were:

American Idia (Idia americalis)
Wavy Chestnut Y (Autographa mappa)
Gray dagger (Acronicta grisea)
The Mottled Rustic (Caradrina morpheus)
Disparaged Arches (Orthodes detracta)
Euxoa tristicula (Euxoa tristicula)
Dark Metanema (Metanema determinata)
Wavy Chestnut Y (Autographa mappa)
 Wavy Chestnut Y (Autographa mappa)
Dark Metanema (Metanema determinata)
Common Gluphisia (Gluphisia septentrionis)

Euxoa tristicula (Euxoa tristicula)

 American Idia (Idia americalis)

Gray dagger (Acronicta grisea)

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