I think this is a Noctuid. But so far I'm not finding a match. It seems close to some in the genus Ponometia or Tarache, especially Tarache apela but I'm just not sure.
I had not posted this particular record from May, 2008, so I'll post it now since it documents a Golden-cheeked Warbler eating a female Argia genus damselfly. It may be an Argia fumipennis, but the shots are a little difficult to ID the bug. The bird appears to be a 2nd year male, judging from the green in parts of the back, but @gcwarbler will correct my age assessment if I am incorrect.
I hope this is the correct genus at least.
@gcwarbler and I found this tiny leafhopper at my house the other evening. Two images posted, one vertical one horizontal. Chuck thinks it is the genus Cetexa. It got away from us before I could take more shots or a shot with a mm scale, but it was tiny, ca 3-4 mm in length.
similar to Ecyrus dasycerus but probably something different?
similar to Juniper Stink Bug (Banasa euchlora) but I think it is different?
probably a stink bug?
The only other all green treehopper I've had here is Archasia auriculata but this one is different.
tentative ID. Maybe Fruit Tree Leafroller?
tentative ID. I also wanted to call it Variegated Cutworm, but I think the ID I have is correct?
At first glance this seemed to resemble Grapeleaf Skeletonizer (Harrisina americana) but it is not that. It has a more pointed abdomen tip and there seem to be white patches in the wing, or perhaps that is reflection. I'm not sure. This moth was very active, walking up and down the sheet while flapping its wings. It finally posed briefly before taking off.
@gcwarbler and I were not able to ID this with confidence past genus level. To get a look at hindwing we caught it and put it under a plastic cup lid and took a shot or two of the hind wing, then released it. Image 3 will show the hindwing
both images of same individual. In image 1 it is perched with its wings angled upward which causes the dorsal view to look as if the wings are far shorter than they really are.
@gcwarbler and I spotted this tiny thing on the sheet this morning. Very small, ca 5mm FW length. Got a couple of shots, but it took off and we never shot a shot with a mm scale.
new for this location.