Moths of North America – Index


Moths of North America – Index
Adult moths and their caterpillars macro-
photographed at North American locations.
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Ailanthus Webworm Moth – Atteva aurea 12/22/2014
American Dagger Moth Caterpillar and Adult 12/22/2014
Atlas Moth – Attacus atlas 12/22/2014
Banded Woolly Bear Caterpillar 12/25/2014
Caterpillar – Common Eupithecia Moth 12/22/2014
Celery Looper Moth – Anagrapha falcifera 12/22/2014
Chickweed Geometer Moth – Haematopis grataria 12/22/2014
Clover Looper – Caenurgina crassiuscula 12/22/2014
Concealer Moth – Eido trimaculella 12/22/2014
Confused Eusarca Moth – Eusarca confusaria 12/22/2014
Corn Earworm Moth – Heliothis Zea / Helicoverpa zea 12/22/2014
Darling Underwing Moth – Catocala cara 12/22/2014
Delicate Cycnia Moth – Cycnia tenera 12/22/2014
Diamondback Moth – Plutella xylostella 12/22/2014
Eastern Grass-veneer Moth – Crambus laqueatellus 12/22/2014
Eastern Tent Caterpillar – Malacosoma americanum 02/05/2015
False Crocus Geometer Moth | Xanthotype sp. 12/22/2014
Green Cloverworm Moth – Hypena scabra 12/22/2014
Gypsy Moth – Lymantria dispar 05/11/2015
Harnessed Tiger Moth – Apantesis phalerata 12/22/2014
Hieroglyphic Moth – Dipthera festiva 12/22/2014
Himmelman's Plume Moth – Geina tenuidactyla 12/22/2014
Hummingbird Clearwing Moth – Hemaris Thysbe 12/22/2014
Large Yellow Underwing Moth – Noctua pronuba 12/22/2014
Leconte's and Confused Haploa Moths 04/04/2015
Lesser Peachtree Borer – Synanthedon pictipes 12/22/2014
Lucerne Moth – Nomophila nearctica 12/22/2014
Meal Moth – Pyralis farinalis 12/22/2014
Milkweed Tussock Moth – Euchaetes egle 12/22/2014
Moths of North America – Index 04/17/2015
Moths of North America – Order Lepidoptera 05/11/2015
Newman's Mathildana Moth – Mathildana newmanella 12/22/2014
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Oblique Banded Leafroller – Choristoneura rosaceana 12/22/2014
Olive-shaded Bird Dropping Moth – Ponometia candefacta 12/22/2014
Orange-spotted Pyrausta Moth – Pyrausta orphisalis 12/22/2014
Oregon Cycnia Moth – Cycnia oregonensis 12/22/2014
Peachtree Borer Moth – Synanthedon exitiosa 12/22/2014
Plume Moths – Family Pterophoridae 12/22/2014
Polyphemus Moth – Antheraea polyphemus 12/22/2014
Polyphemus Moth Caterpillar- Antheraea polyphemus 12/22/2014
Pondside Pyralid Moth – Munroessa icciusalis 12/22/2014
Red Twin Spot Moth – Xanthorhoe ferrugata 12/22/2014
Reversed Haploa Moth – Haploa reversa 12/22/2014
Skipper Butterflies of North America 12/22/2014
Snout Moth – Crambus agitatellus 12/22/2014
Snowberry Clearwing Moth – Hemaris diffinis 12/22/2014
Snowy Urola Moth – Urola nivalis 12/22/2014
Sober Renia Moth – Renia sobrialis 12/22/2014
Squash Vine Borer Moth – Melittia satyriniformis 12/22/2014
Subfamily Arctiinae – Tiger and Lichen Moths 12/22/2014
Superfamily Pyraloidea – Pyralid and Snout Moths 12/22/2014
Sweetheart Underwing Moth – Catocala amatrix 12/22/2014
Tortricid Moth – Epiblema sp. 12/22/2014
Tortricid Moth – Phaneta raracana 12/22/2014
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Twirler Moth – Dichomeris ligulella 12/22/2014
Vagabond Crambus Moth – Agriphila vulgivagella 12/22/2014
Virginia Creeper Clearwing Moth – Albuna fraxini 12/22/2014
Virginia Ctenucha Moth – Ctenucha virginica 12/22/2014
White-spotted Leafroller – Argyrotaenia alisellana 12/22/2014
White-spotted Sable Moth – Anania funebris 12/22/2014
Yellow Bear Caterpillar Photos 02/09/2015
Yellow-collared Scape Moth – Cisseps fulvicollis 12/22/2014

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Order Lepidoptera: Moths. Unlike butterflies, moths are usually nocturnal. Many moths and their caterpillars are major agricultural pests in large parts of the world. Moths in the family Tineidae are commonly regarded as pests because their larvae eat fabrics, clothes and blankets made from natural fibers such as wool or silk.
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