The Mass Moths website has been considerably expanded

The 2nd phase of the Mass Moths website is now live. Have a look at The site now has the full list of species occurring in the State and every species has its own page, with map and texts. Photos have so far been added to only very few species pages, but many more will be added in the coming weeks (I might be asking some of you to use some of your iNat photos). There is also a search function where you can search on anything included in the texts, e.g. foodplants. Some of the existing pages have also been expanded.

Suggestions for improvement are welcome and if any errors are found, please report them.

Posted on June 14, 2021 15:06 by swhitebread swhitebread | 3 comments | Leave a comment
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The Mass Moths project ( was started in 2015, initially to put together a list of moths occurring in the State of Massachusetts. Since then the project has expanded to include the following aims:

  1. To prepare and maintain a systematic list of moths known to have occurred in Massachusetts
  2. To
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swhitebread created this project on September 12, 2020
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