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July 07, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
Another warm night resulted in 23 moths of 16 species.  There were 3 new species for the garden:
Goodell's Arches Moth (Orthodes goodelli), Subdued Arches (Lacanobia subjuncta) and Snaky Arches Moth (Lacinipolia anguina).  The Subdued Arches was quite a worn specimen so I've added an image that was taken in the Twin Butte area earlier in the year.  In fact, it's interesting that I saw all three of these species in the Twin Butte area earlier in the year.  It often seems to be the case that I get the species I see in the Waterton area a month or so later in Calgary.
Subdued Arches (Lacanobia subjuncta)

Snaky Arches Moth (Lacinipolia anguina)

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