Large Lace-border-Scopula limboundata I look forward to seeing these moths in my woods every year. I love the pattern and delicate appearance and lace is certainly an apt name.
I’ve been mentioning how beautiful moths are and this post compares three moths. One is spectacular and the other two attractive in their own right. Porcelain Gray-Protoboarmia porcelaria. These have been fairly common in the yard over the years. Variable … Continue reading
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