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Moths of Dallas County, Texas
Preliminary list of the moths of Dallas County, Texas compiled by Dale Clark

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Annotated List of Moths Recorded at Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, Colorado.
Covell Jr., C. V. 1991. Annotated List of Moths Recorded at Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, Colorado. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. 30(1-2):38-44, 1991

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Full text PDF (628 KB)

Essig Museum of Entomology, California Moth Species List
cite:739197

Pacific Northwest Moths
"Pacific Northwest Moths is a comprehensive source of information about more than 1,200 species of moths. This site features detailed species accounts, high resolution photographs, and an interactive identification key for every Pacific Northwest moth species within the families Drepanidae, Uraniidae, Lasiocampidae, Saturniidae, Sphingidae, Notodontidae, Erebidae, Euteliidae, Nolidae, and Noctuidae."

"The site also works on mobile devices and it serves as an electronic field guide to the region's moths."

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Moths of Fort Macon State Park, North Carolina
The North Carolina State Parks people are working on a database of many groups of animals (and plants) with linked photos. The interface is quite confusing, but I was shown this particular link on moths of a particular park. There are lots of photos.

(Updated link 4 April 2007 as per comments below.)

North American Moth Photographers Group
The Moth Photographers Group exists as a non-profit, self-help organization for the purpose of aiding nature photographers and others in the identification of moths.

Extensive web site with many photos. URL updated 9/18/2005.

Moths of Canada
Really neat multiple-part site, has tons of images, plus discussions of taxonomy. Also available in pdf format for downloading. Thank you Canada!

Moths in a Connecticut Yard
Site has thumbnails, photos, and natural history observations. Has a neat sequence of moths seen by date, i.e., phenology. Authored by John Himmelman, author (Discovering Moths, Nightime Jewels in Our Yards) and photographer.

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