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Monthly Archive for June, 2017

Winter Mothing #1

Moths are much scarcer during the cold months, but it’s still worth the effort to investigate the winter flying species. The following examples over two nights are all from a native garden with eucalypts, wattles, she-oaks, and many shrubs in the Proteaceae and Rutaceae. The genus Capusa in the Geometridae,¬†Ennominae, Nacophorini, is interesting in that […]

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