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Moth 29 (PBB)
Moth 29 (PBB)
La Petite Gemme Prairie, Polk County, Missouri, USA
June 6, 2015
Blacklighting at Missouri Prairie Foundation's Prairie BioBlitz 2015

very small - sorry not a great picture but looks very much like this:

which is identified as #0486 Bucculatrix montana.

Can you confirm this ID or at least genus Bucculatrix?

Thanks!

Sphinx Moth to be?
Sphinx Moth to be?
Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
July 1, 2015
Size: 4"+
Thought it to be an Ash Sphinx, apparently not too common in Texas.

Possibly a syrphid fly? - Hoplitimyia mutabilis
Possibly a syrphid fly? - Hoplitimyia mutabilis
Montgomery County, Texas, USA
July 1, 2015
Size: 1/4"
Visiting flowers on Aloysia virgata

Harvestman
Harvestman
Thompsontown, Juniata County, Pennsylvania, USA
July 1, 2015

IS IT A COMMA OR A QUESTION MARK?
IS IT A COMMA OR A QUESTION MARK?
Middleboro, MA, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA
July 1, 2015

Harvestman
Harvestman
Thompsontown, Juniata County, Pennsylvania, USA
June 30, 2015

Interesting one
Interesting one
Thompsontown, Juniata County, Pennsylvania, USA
July 1, 2015
2 of 2 images of this specimen.

Interesting one
Interesting one
Thompsontown, Juniata County, Pennsylvania, USA
July 1, 2015
1 of 2 images of this specimen.
Antennomeres (and what I can see of the venation) don't seem right for Ichneumonoidea. But I'm not having much luck placing it elsewhere, either.

Moth 27a (PBB)
Moth 27a (PBB)
La Petite Gemme Prairie, Polk County, Missouri, USA
June 6, 2015
2 of 2 images of this specimen.

Moth 27a (PBB)
Moth 27a (PBB)
La Petite Gemme Prairie, Polk County, Missouri, USA
June 6, 2015
1 of 2 images of this specimen.
Blacklighting at Missouri Prairie Foundation's Prairie BioBlitz 2015. Given our location, #4739 Eudonia heterosalis looks like most likely ID. Can you confirm?

Thanks!

 
 
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