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Night time temperatures have remained low until now, so it seemed timely on the first mild night of spring to sample moths from the garden. The action was far from brisk with only a small number of arrivals, mainly common species, but there’s no reason why they shouldn’t have their time in the spotlight. The […]

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In MOV 5,  seven species of Nisista, (Ennominae, Nacophorini), are listed, with three of those named, serrata, galearia, and notodontaria. The others are listed as sp (1) (2) (3) and (4), the three named species and sp (2) and (4) have come to my light at various local locations. Many photos are included to show […]

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