All the Moths

A couple years ago, I did a series of blog posts called Wildflower Wednesdays identifying Michigan wildflowers. In mid-July when I was up at camp, I found that the area moths loved to spend the day snoozing on the outside of our cabin and I was able to get some nice photos of a number of them. It briefly crossed my mind to offer a series of posts called Moth Mondays, but let’s face it, the number of people excited to get information on a moth in their inbox each week is probably fairly limited. Instead, I’ve scoured my guidebooks to offer you one super-moth-filled post. Enjoy.

Waved Sphinx
Waved Sphinx
Snout Moth (perhaps a European Corn Borer?)
Snout Moth (perhaps a European Corn Borer?)
Fall Webworm
Fall Webworm
Gypsy Moth
Gypsy Moth
Snow-white Linden Moth
Snow-white Linden Moth
Walnut Sphinx
Walnut Sphinx
Polyphemus Moth
Polyphemus Moth

 

 

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