Tag Archives: Synchlora aerata

09.18.2021 An Unexpected Reward

Last night Mary Beth was going to take Bentley out for his before bed business but I offered to do it.  As a reward I spotted a shape on the screen to our back window.  One never knows what will … Continue reading

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08.19.2021 If you’re going to San Francisco

You’d better wear some flowers. Synchlora aerata-Wavy-lined Emerald moth larva. These actually don’t go to California but are found over most of eastern and central U.S. Here in the northeast they are the only species to cover themselves with small … Continue reading

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08.10.2014 Black-eyed Susan

Well, it looks as if yesterday’s post fell on its face.  I hope you like this one a little better. 🙂 The other day, Steve Schwartzman suggested that I share some Black-eyed Susan images in the comments on his post … Continue reading

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