Thursday, May 31, 2007

Two more moths, 30-31 May 2007



These two moths appeared near my front door recently. The top one is a Yellow-veined Geometer Moth (Orthofidonia flavivenata) (GEOMETRIDAE) and the other is a Lunate Zale Moth (Zale lunata) (NOCTUIDAE). Thanks to an expert at the Moth Photographers Group for help with the ids.

2 comments:

Bob Patterson said...

Top moth is an Orthofidonia, probably 6428 - Orthofidonia tinctaria. Tony Thomas can give a firm ID. Bottom moth is a Lunate Zale, Zale lunata.

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