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Sightings Identified during National Moth Week

CHERI PIERCE IDENTIFICATIONS
JULY 27, 2019

On July 27, 2019, Cheri Pierce once again spearheaded a Mothing Event during the 8th Annual National Moth Week, July 20-28. The Scrub-Jay Trail hosted this event which helps spotlight moth's vital role as nature's often unheralded nighttime pollinators.

Below are Cheri's submitted sightings, their identities confirmed and now documented by BAMONA, Butterflies and Moths of North America .

To learn more about National Moth Week, visit  www.nationalmothweek.org, or write to   info@nationalmothweek.org.

"Salt Marsh Moth or Acrea Moth  -  Estigmene acrea"
photo: Cheri Pierce 2019

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"Epidromia rotundata"
photo: Cheri Pierce 2019

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"Southern Flannel Moth  -  Megalopyge opercularis"
photo: Cheri Pierce 2019

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"Black-dotted Spragueia  -  Spragueia onagrus"
photo: Cheri Pierce 2019

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"Virginia Creeper Sphinx  -  Darapsa myron"
photo: Cheri Pierce 2019

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"Hawaiian Beet Webworm  -  Spoladea recurvalis"
photo: Cheri Pierce 2019

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"Parapoynx diminutalis"
photo: Cheri Pierce 2019

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"Lantana Moth  -  Diastema tigris"
photo: Cheri Pierce 2019

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