UA campus on some of the little open grass around (snow everywhere). Weather warmer than the single digit f we've had for weeks. Haven't Haven't seen then here (next to ASSEC) much before
Was eating bird seed on the ground. Air temp 23 degrees F.
Returned again to feed on seed on the ground.
chased by mob of crows onto nest in top of snag
taken on wildlife camera in our park by a member of the public. resolution is bad. I wanted other's opinions on the species. Thoughts?
Firestone Metropark, N of Tuscarawas Meadows shelter.
This specimen was taken at sugar bait along the Tuscarawas River. It is a female, possibly an undescribed species very close to Lithophane scottae. It may actually be Lithophane scottae, but will remain unidentified for now. It may be the same species as the male specimen taken on Nov. 23, 2014 at the same location.
This specimen was seen at sugar bait. It is possibly an undescribed species, very close to Lithophane scottae, but with very different male genitalia.