Butterflies and Moths of North America

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New Jersey

Sighting Record 1194794

Observation Notes: 
Two individuals observed near front porch map and mercury vapor lamp.
Region: 
United States
New Jersey
Warren County
Location Notes: 
Mixed deciduous/conifer forest.
Geolocation *: 

Geolocation is 41.002062, -74.910099

Date of Observation *: 
Sunday, July 7, 2013 - 22:30
Suggested Identification: 
Ceratomia undulata
Specimen Type: 
Photograph
Organism Type: 
moth

Sighting Record 1194793

Observation Notes: 
Three individuals observed under front porch lamp.
Region: 
United States
New Jersey
Warren County
Location Notes: 
Mixed deciduous/conifer forest. Green and Black Ash are abundant here though declining rapidly as result of Emerald Ash Borer.
Geolocation *: 

Geolocation is 41.002062, -74.910099

Date of Observation *: 
Saturday, July 19, 2014 - 06:53
Suggested Identification: 
Manduca jasminearum
Specimen Type: 
Photograph
Organism Type: 
moth

Sighting Record 1194792

Observation Notes: 
One individual observed below front porch light.
Region: 
United States
New Jersey
Warren County
Location Notes: 
Mixed deciduous and conifer forest with 600+ acre preserve.
Geolocation *: 

Geolocation is 41.002062, -74.910099

Date of Observation *: 
Thursday, August 15, 2013 - 06:53
Suggested Identification: 
Catocala cara
Specimen Type: 
Photograph
Organism Type: 
moth

Sighting Record 1194496

Observation Notes: 
attracted to porch light
Region: 
United States
New Jersey
Burlington County
Geolocation *: 

Geolocation is 40.0046334, -74.96660930000002

Date of Observation *: 
Wednesday, October 31, 2018 - 19:00
Specimen Type: 
Photograph
Organism Type: 
moth

Sighting Record 1194229

Observation Notes: 
A rather odd observation. This female was laying eggs on a brick wall far from any food plant source.
Region: 
United States
New Jersey
Morris County
Location Notes: 
Residential area surrounded by mixed forest.
Geolocation *: 

Geolocation is 40.8765571, -74.7761997

Date of Observation *: 
Saturday, July 2, 2016 - 12:32
Suggested Identification: 
Callosamia promethea
Specimen Type: 
Photograph
Organism Type: 
moth

Sighting Record 1194228

Observation Notes: 
One individual perched on window near front porch light.
Region: 
United States
New Jersey
Warren County
Location Notes: 
Limestone forest with mixed deciduous/conifer components.
Geolocation *: 

Geolocation is 41.002062, -74.910099

Date of Observation *: 
Friday, August 16, 2013 - 21:46
Suggested Identification: 
Actius luna
Specimen Type: 
Photograph
Organism Type: 
moth

Sighting Record 1194226

Observation Notes: 
One female was observed on my deck.
Region: 
United States
New Jersey
Morris County
Location Notes: 
Residential area in mixed forest.
Geolocation *: 

Geolocation is 40.8765571, -74.7761997

Date of Observation *: 
Friday, July 18, 2014 - 22:00
Suggested Identification: 
Eacles imperialis
Specimen Type: 
Photograph
Organism Type: 
moth

Sighting Record 1194224

Observation Notes: 
One individual observed at mercury vapor lamp.
Region: 
United States
New Jersey
Warren County
Location Notes: 
Mixed deciduous/conifer forest in limestone region.
Geolocation *: 

Geolocation is 41.002062, -74.910099

Date of Observation *: 
Monday, July 15, 2013 - 19:31
Suggested Identification: 
Darapsa pholus
Specimen Type: 
Photograph
Organism Type: 
moth

Sighting Record 1194223

Observation Notes: 
Several individuals observed attracted to mercury vapor lamps.
Region: 
United States
New Jersey
Warren County
Location Notes: 
Mixed deciduous/conifer forest.
Geolocation *: 

Geolocation is 41.002062, -74.910099

Date of Observation *: 
Monday, July 15, 2013 - 19:31
Suggested Identification: 
Darapsa myron
Specimen Type: 
Photograph
Organism Type: 
moth

Sighting Record 1194221

Observation Notes: 
One individual observed by ceiling light at bathroom entrance.
Region: 
United States
New Jersey
Warren County
Location Notes: 
Mixed deciduous/conifer forest.
Geolocation *: 

Geolocation is 40.8759634, -74.80620240000002

Date of Observation *: 
Friday, May 13, 2005 - 12:19
Suggested Identification: 
Deidamia inscriptum
Specimen Type: 
Photograph
Organism Type: 
moth