Six new Pennsylvania moth records were added to the database: Eudryas grata (Montgomery County, Shane T. Cross), Macrochilo orciferalis (Allegheny County, Monica Miller), Choristoneura parallela (Allegheny County, Monica Miller), Agriphila ruricolellus (Allegheny County, Monica Miller), Crocidophora serratissimalis (Beaver County, Monica Miller), Acoloithus falsarius (York County, Ann C. Pettigrew). (PA-moths-28Feb10)
Fifty-eight West Virginia butterfly and moth records were added to the database from submitters Andrew Reuter, Curt Lehman, Harry Goodwin, James K. Adams, Jason Weintraub, and Robert Ash. (WV-May2010)
Five hundred and thirty-one Pennsylvania moth records were added to the database from: Ann C. Pettigrew, Bernie Picklo, Bob Machesney, Bob Moul, Chuck Tague, Clarissa Lehman, Corey Husic, Curt Lehman, Jae Nanthranoha, James K. Adams, Jeffrey T. Frey, Jo Ann Poe-McGavin, Joe Pusateri, John Wheatley, Karl Gardner, Ken Lebo, Leonard Hess, Marcy Cunkelman, Monica Miller, Moses Martin, Rick Gillmore, Samuel R. Smith, Shane T. Cross, Stephen Menasian, Stephen Kloiber, Steven Johnson, Tom Raub, Wade Clark, and William F. Boscoe. (PA-Feb-May2010)
Fifteen new moth species were added to the database: Acleris cornana, Acleris hastiana, Lithophane disposita, Acleris cervinana, Gretchena deludana, Argyrotaenia pinatubana, Rhyacionia rigidana, Petrova wenzeli, Pseudexentera costomaculana, Phaneta umbrastriana, Acronicta noctivaga, Caripeta angustiorata, Hydrelia lucata, Proteoteras crescentana, Henricus contrastanus.
The scientific name of the Brown-lined Owlet moth was corrected from Macrochilo lithophora to Macrochilo litophora.
A new Pike County, Ohio record of the (Amphion floridensis) was added to the database from Julie Knox-Birkhimer.
A Forsyth County, North Carolina record of the Luna moth (Actias luna) was added to the database from submitter Cailyn Pendry.
A new Catocaline moth was added to the database along with a photograph by Jim Conrad and a Yucatan, Mexico record: Eulepidotis rectimargo. (MX-20Jan10)
A Boone County, Idaho record of the Five-spotted Hawkmoth (Manduca quinquemaculata) was added to the database from submitter Lance Bennett. (ID-20Jan10)