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By Bryan on July 23, 2013

Grab the kids, chill the beer, mash the bananas, paint the trees, and leave the porch light burning – it’s National Moth Week. Here’s my contribution, from north central Saskatchewan, well over halfway to the North Pole. Oh, by the way, that orange thing is a Boloria chariclea (Arctic Fritillary). So what’s the moth? Yeah, there’s a moth in this shot.

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3 comments
  1. Liti says:

    Hi Bryan, is your mothing during National Moth Week registered on http://www.nationalmothweek.org?

  2. Sue Cloutier says:

    79325 – 2533 – Albuna pyramidalis – Fireweed Clearwing
    see: http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/species.php?hodges=2533

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