Flightless moth

jh jhimmel at mindspring.com
Sat Mar 22 10:45:50 EST 2003

Hi folks -

Had an interesting surprise this morning at the moth sheet.  Amongst the 100
or so Phigalia titeas and Phigalia strigaria, was a female, which I am
guessing, based on the rather robust size, is the flightless female of the

She got rained on pretty hard last night and it must have been a hell of a
walk for the moth.  This is the first moth added to the Moths in a CT Yard
site in 2003 (finally!).

Go to www.connecticutmoths.com

John Himmelman
Killingworth, CT
jhimmel at mindspring.com

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