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.
on dry oak knoll
on aspen log
on red pine
2-3ft tall growing in herb garden pond
nice spot Dylan
small flea beetle on mouse carcass