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July 23, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
We had some rain last night but there were still at least 162 macro moths of 38 species in my Light and bait traps.  There were no new backyard species but there were 7 new species for the year as follows:

Northwestern Phoenix Moth (Eulithis xylina)
July Highflyer Moth (Hydriomena furcata)
Common Idia (Idia aemula)
Dark-spotted Looper (Diachrysia aereoides)
Smoked Sallow (Enargia infumata)
Dingy Cutworm (Feltia jaculifera)
Great Gray Dart (Great Brochade) (Eurois occulta)

I also had another Thinker Moth (Lacinipolia meditata) which was in a better condition than the last one so I've included a photograph of this species as well.

Northwestern Phoenix Moth (Eulithis xylina)

July Highflyer Moth (Hydriomena furcata)

Common Idia (Idia aemula)

Dingy Cutworm (Feltia jaculifera)

Dark-spotted Looper (Diachrysia aereoides)

Smoked Sallow (Enargia infumata)

Thinker Moth (Lacinipolia meditata)

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