Butterflies and Moths of North America

collecting and sharing data about Lepidoptera

Happy Pollinator Week: June 21-27, 2021! Butterflies and moths are pollinators of many flowering plants.

Did you know? The Hummingbird Clearwing (Hemaris thysbe) hovers in flight and uses its long tongue to sip nectar from flowers.

Photographs from Delaware

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Family Noctuidae

Cucullia convexipennis Brown-hooded Owlet

Sunira bicolorago Bicolored Sallow

Anagrapha falcifera Celery Looper Moth

Autographa precationis The Common Looper Moth

Chrysodeixis includens Soybean Looper Moth

Ctenoplusia oxygramma Sharp-stigma Looper Moth

Rachiplusia ou Gray Looper Moth

Dargida rubripennis The Pink-Streak

Elaphria grata Grateful Midget

Elaphria versicolor Variegated Midget

Lacinipolia explicata Explicit Arches

Lacinipolia renigera Bristly Cutworm Moth

Leucania pseudargyria False Wainscot

Mythimna oxygala

Mythimna unipuncta Armyworm Moth

Nephelodes minians Bronzed Cutworm Moth

Orthodes majuscula Rustic Quaker

Agnorisma badinodis Pale-banded Dart

Agrotis ipsilon Ipsilon Dart

Anicla infecta Green Cutworm Moth

Ochropleura implecta American Flame-shouldered Dart

Peridroma saucia Variegated Cutworm Moth

Xestia dolosa Greater Black-letter Dart

Helicoverpa zea Corn Earworm Moth

Heliothis subflexa Subflexus Straw

Heliothis virescens Tobacco Budworm Moth