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John Horstman Oct 22
"Flies-On-Bird-Poop" Moths (Macrocilix maia, Drepaninae, Drepanidae)
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Tatiana Joaquin Oct 28
Continuing the investigation on Arthropoda
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Zootaxa updates Oct 29
Huangilene, a new genus for the Miltochrista alikangiae (Strand, 1917) species-group, with descriptions of three from , continental and (: Erebidae: Arctiinae: Lithosiini).
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Zootaxa updates Oct 26
Chorion exploration in the tribe Anthocharidini (: Pieridae) and their possible importance in its systematics.
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Shawan Chowdhury 19h
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Lilly Fritillary Oct 24
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Lilly Fritillary Oct 21
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Selina Kosak Oct 29
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Georgia Southern Biology Oct 28
Cool polka-dot wasp moth (Syntomeida epilais). Increasingly common in our area. Photo by alum George Todd.
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Zootaxa updates Oct 26
The genus Parascepsis Dognin, 1923 (, Erebidae, Arctiinae, Ctenuchina) in , with the description of three , a new combination and their geographical distributions.
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Shawan Chowdhury Oct 28
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Warner Springs Oct 21
A Great Purple Hairstreak (Atlides halesus corcorani) butterfly visiting California Buckwheat. Chihuahua Valley, California.
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Selena Flores Oct 26
…Cabbage Tree Emperor Moths (Bunaea alcinoe) from the weekend…found the male on our stoep/porch, & then came across a female at the petrol station later in the evening! (Both safely relocated to natural spaces in the immediate area.)
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Research and Review Oct 27
Light Trapping of Coleoptera, Lepidoptera and Heteroptera Species in Relation to the Altitude of the Tropopause
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FriJay the 13th 🎃Trial of the Gods on STEAM🎃 Oct 27
Eastern Comma, named for the small white mark on the leaf-like underwing. They look very similar to the question mark butterfly which has an extra dot next to the comma mark.
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bethcollershmin 16h
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Michelle Stamp Oct 27
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Backyard Ecology🐝🦋 Oct 22
Surprise! A closeup of a male monarch butterfly on what's left of our New England Asters (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae) in the backyard today.
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Jo’lene Antonette Saldívar 🦋 Oct 26
The next generation is ready. The 59 butterflies I started out with have produced over 300 larvae and counting!
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Justin K Cappadonna Oct 26
are amazing. Please join our free online talk find out why and to learn about their ecology (on Wed, 28 Oct at 6:30pm AEST). Thanks . Ping
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