A Conversation for Mating Moths
SashaQ - happysad Posted Jun 27, 2021
Well spotted finding these moths - their camouflage is amazing! I have seen one before, as a ranger caught one in a moth trap in my local nature reserve during a moth celebration event - they are Buff Tip Moths
paulh, hiding under my bed Posted Jun 28, 2021
Colorado and Europe have insects called Miller Moths, but they have totally different scientific names, and are likely not related at all.
Their larval forms are called cutworms, so damage to vegetation is to be assumed.
Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor Posted Jun 28, 2021
I think they may like all the wood we still have lying around from when we had 9 large trees cut down in our garden. That was 3 years ago I think.
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