Musings of a pagan elder from the beautiful gardens of Wytchwood, located in Newfoundland, Canada
Yes OC - I think a book is inevitable!!Such beautiful subjects and equally beautiful pictures. The 4th one's markings are amazing but 2 and 3 look so delicate.Great!!
Moths, butterflies, insects on a whole ... what a vast world to discover ... and SO many variations. I take it you've discovered BugGuide. Still, if you don't know where to even begin ... even on that site it can be hard to pin point your subject! Great pictures.P.S. ... I knew you'd like that fountain! That's why I posted that picture of the complete fountain.
Tricia, yes I think a book is inevitable. Some of them do look pretty fragile.Cicero, lol, I had a feeling you'd figured I'd like that beauty of a fountain that you have.
Hi OC.Sorry i have`nt a clue about the identity of these, but great pictures.
Dean, thanks for trying anyway. Much appreciated.
try some of thesehttp://www.biology.ualberta.ca/facilities/strickland/noctuoidea/arctiidae1.htmhttp://www.butterfliesandmoths.org/galleryhttp://home.cogeco.ca/~lunker/moths.htmhttp://www.pansphoto.com/moth/index.htmhttp://www.moths.ca/galleries.html
wow, st. Thanks for those sites. I have them bookmarked and will look at them to try and ID some of those moths.
These gossamer wings! Just beautiful, - Gaia must have been in a really generous mood when she 'made' some of our smallest creatures. LOL
lol carin, I think you're right.
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