A Tiny Moth

(So glad to be back — had computer problems — ugh!)

This little moth could easily stay hidden among the plants. It took a while to identify it — spotted-beet webworm moth (Hymenia perspectalis) — with a wingspan of 2 cm.

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It was one of the few moths visiting the heath asters in my butterfly garden. Only three monarch butterflies, an occasional orange sulphur were the other visitors (besides an occasional bee).

4 responses to this post.

  1. I’ve never heard of that one but it’s pretty. It’s good to have you back.


  2. Great shot of this wee one!


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