13 mm long
Found in the lawn. 24 mm long.
15 mm long
or maybe I. julia? I think this has the darker color & blunter angle between PM line & costa. And it has none of the white outlining along the postmedian line, & not much where the lines meet the costa.
Found resting in the grass in my lawn during the daytime. I went to carefully clear the grass blades from around it so I could get a shot, & it climbed onto my hand instead.
Tentative; not sure if these can be called to species level. Bonus bugs: a braconid wasp & a little leafhopper -- Typhlocybinae, maybe Erythroneura or Eratoneura or thereabouts
23 mm across. With some unidentified little gelechioid thing
27 mm across
16 mm nose to wingtip
35 mm across
24 mm across
12.3 mm long, incl palps. Probably Agriphila ruricolella. Too worn to be certain, & wingspan works out to 20 mm, exactly at the overlap between that and A. vulgivagella. But the yellower color is more consistent with rurucolella, as are the darker smudges (which look like remnants of the postmedian & subterminal line darkening).
9 mm long
This gorgeous little pyraloid was definitely the moth of the night.
Not 100% certain, but looks like a match.
5.8 mm long
Moth is Tinea apicimaculella. Seeking an ID on the ghostly white thing. I'm clueless!
An entire new insect order for my collection. Under bark of a dead Japanese Maple branch. The red are immature stages, the black adult.