09.18.2020 One of the visitors to our Canada Goldenrod

Bronzed Cutworm Moth-Nephelodes minians

I guess I am a fan of these, at least in our yard, as their larvae eat grasses so save me some mowing…well, I am sure not much mowing really. But for those who grow grain crops  probably not fans.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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26 Responses to 09.18.2020 One of the visitors to our Canada Goldenrod

  1. Your previous post may have primed me to see an ultra-wide frog across the middle of the frog in the first picture.

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  2. Todd Henson says:

    That second photo, the front facing one, is a really interesting perspective. It’s not how I would have pictured it after having seen the top down photo.

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  3. Eliza Waters says:

    Love that little dorsal fluff!

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  4. I think all moths are beautiful insects, and you captured this one beautifully.

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  5. Wonderful captures Steve !!

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  6. Terrific photos! Particularly like the second shot.


  7. The first view was expected, and very nicely done. The second view was not expected, and sort of horrifying.

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  8. Although some of the moths don’t always have the flashy markings like others, this is still a beauty with its muted earthly tones and markings. Nicely done, Steve.


  9. Ann Mackay says:

    Fabulous detail – the fluffy top-knot is fun!

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  10. Sandra says:

    A fuzzy beauty! I like the colors you captured too.

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