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Common Mestra Mestra amymone

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greglasley

Date

September 28, 2016 10:58 AM CDT

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Spinybacked Orbweaver Gasteracantha cancriformis

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greglasley

Date

September 28, 2016 09:25 AM CDT

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Triplex Cutworm Moth Micrathetis triplex

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greglasley

Date

September 27, 2016 09:31 AM CDT

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greglasley

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September 27, 2016 09:30 AM CDT

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Ruddy Dagger Acronicta rubricoma

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 27, 2016 09:29 AM CDT

Description

Ruddy Dagger (I think?)

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Paler Diacme Moth Diacme elealis

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 27, 2016 09:29 AM CDT

Description

Paler Diacme Moth

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Harvey's Prominent Litodonta hydromeli

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 27, 2016 07:19 AM CDT

Description

Harvey's Prominent

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Texas Wasp Moth Horama panthalon

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 27, 2016 07:16 AM CDT

Description

Horama panthalon

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Observer

greglasley

Date

September 26, 2016 08:00 AM CDT

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greglasley

Date

September 26, 2016 07:01 AM CDT

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Velvet Bean Moth Anticarsia gemmatalis

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 26, 2016 06:59 AM CDT

Description

Patalene olyzonaria or similar; very tentative ID

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Ragweed Flower Moth Schinia rivulosa

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 25, 2016 10:25 PM CDT

Description

Ragweed Flower Moth

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greglasley

Date

September 25, 2016 07:52 PM CDT

Description

Cobubatha lixiva

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Tortricine Leafroller Moths Subfamily Tortricinae

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 25, 2016 12:17 PM CDT

Description

I usually don't even try to take shots of these very tiny moths, but now and then I fall victim

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Dagger Moths Genus Acronicta

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 25, 2016 10:31 AM CDT

Description

Noctuid moth, not sure of species

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greglasley

Date

September 25, 2016 09:01 AM CDT

Description

Cerathosia tricolor

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Eight-spot Moth Amyna axis

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 25, 2016 09:00 AM CDT

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Obscure Sphinx Moth Erinnyis obscura

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 25, 2016 08:18 AM CDT

Description

Obscure Sphinx Moth (Erinnyis obscura)

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Scale-feeding Snout Moth Laetilia coccidivora

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 25, 2016 08:17 AM CDT

Description

I'm stumbling on this moth as well, but assume it is a Pyralid.

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Observer

greglasley

Date

September 25, 2016 08:17 AM CDT

Description

Noctuid moth, but blanking on species

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Thin-winged Owlet Nigetia formosalis

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 25, 2016 08:16 AM CDT

Description

I think this is in the Crambidae family. Its shape and size reminded me of a Petrophila but I can't find anything to match this, but certainly I am overlooking something obvious.

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greglasley

Date

September 24, 2016 10:31 AM CDT

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Carolina Sphinx Manduca sexta

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 24, 2016 09:40 AM CDT

Description

Comparison of Five-spotted Hawk Moth (above) and Carolina Sphinx Moth (below). I'll post a record of each here with some of the same and some unique images. Both of these large Manduca moths are fairly regular here. The Five-spotted is a little larger and they have different hindwing markings which can be seen when I used my finger to lift a front wing. These moths are pretty tolerant of such things.

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Observer

greglasley

Date

September 24, 2016 09:40 AM CDT

Description

There were about 10 Dot-lined Angles perched on the wall of my house this morning along with this moth. The wing markings look like a Rindgea species, but the wings are different. maybe posture?

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Five-spotted Hawk Moth Manduca quinquemaculata

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 24, 2016 09:40 AM CDT

Description

Comparison of Five-spotted Hawk Moth (above) and Carolina Sphinx Moth (below). I'll post a record of each here with some of the same and some unique images. Both of these large Manduca moths are fairly regular here. The Five-spotted is a little larger and they have different hindwing markings which can be seen when I used my finger to lift a front wing. These moths are pretty tolerant of such things.

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Lantana Moth Diastema tigris

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 24, 2016 07:22 AM CDT

Description

Diastema tigris

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Triplex Cutworm Moth Micrathetis triplex

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 24, 2016 07:21 AM CDT

Description

another one I can't put a name on so far

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Eight-spot Moth Amyna axis

Observer

greglasley

Date

September 24, 2016 07:21 AM CDT

Description

Hook-tipped Amyna Moth

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Observer

greglasley

Date

September 24, 2016 07:21 AM CDT

Description

I know I have had this before, but I'm not finding it.

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Observer

greglasley

Date

September 24, 2016 07:20 AM CDT

Description

Charadra dispulsa

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