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 Erebidae

Idia americalis American Idia Moth

Idia lubricalis Glossy Black Idia Moth

Idia rotundalis Rotund Idia Moth

Lascoria ambigualis Ambiguous Moth

Palthis angulalis Dark-spotted Palthis Moth

Palthis asopialis Faint-spotted Palthis Moth

Redectis vitrea

Renia adspergillus Speckled Renia Moth

Renia discoloralis Discolored Renia Moth

Tetanolita floridana Florida Tetanolita Moth

Tetanolita mynesalis Smoky Tetanolita Moth

Zanclognatha cruralis Early Zanclognatha Moth

Zanclognatha theralis

Hypena baltimoralis Baltimore Bomolocha Moth

Hypena scabra Green Cloverworm Moth

Parahypenodes quadralis Masked Parahypenodes

Allotria elonympha False Underwing

Anomis erosa Yellow Scallop Moth

Ascalapha odorata Black Witch

Caenurgia chloropha Vetch Looper Moth

Caenurgina crassiuscula Clover Looper Moth

Caenurgina erechtea Forage Looper Moth

Catocala palaeogama Oldwife Underwing

Catocala ultronia Ultronia Underwing

Catocala vidua The Widow

Hypsoropha hormos

Panopoda carneicosta Brown Panopoda

Panopoda rufimargo Red-lined Panopoda

Parallelia bistriaris Maple Looper Moth

Plusiodonta compressipalpis Moonseed Moth

Scolecocampa liburna Dead-wood Borer Moth

Zale galbanata Maple Zale

Zale lunata Lunate Zale

Zale metatoides Washed-out Zale

Orgyia leucostigma White-marked Tussock Moth