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tiagolubiana

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Junio 4, 2023 a las 12:58 TARDE -03

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Pitón de Birmania (Python bivittatus)

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adamcushen

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Abril 2022

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Boa Esmeralda (Corallus caninus)

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jennakalli

Fecha

Octubre 27, 2021 a las 02:31 TARDE EDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Septiembre 7, 2017 a las 06:34 MAÑANA CDT

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dbh

Fecha

Noviembre 8, 2021 a las 07:39 MAÑANA MST

Descripción

Perigea-undescribed, Hodges9689.96

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tiffany_beachy

Fecha

Marzo 17, 2023 a las 09:06 TARDE +10

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marksah

Fecha

Febrero 17, 2023 a las 02:17 TARDE AEST

Descripción

Crossing Pajinka Road - there have been many of these guys around our accommodation, of various sizes and ages. One has lost part of his tail and is a bit stubby. They ALL look well fed and healthy!

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ptexis

Fecha

Octubre 19, 2020 a las 06:18 MAÑANA CDT

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Fecha

Junio 24, 2022 a las 12:59 TARDE CEST

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Pitón Roja de Malasia (Python brongersmai)

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winpaingoo10

Fecha

Octubre 2022

Descripción

Photos Owner - Thar Thar

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scott_eipper

Fecha

Noviembre 30, 2014 a las 01:23 MAÑANA AEST

Descripción

While this is the same species that is currently using the name kinghorni- that name is potentially in error and what is happening in the contact zone in the Torres Strait is unresolved both morphologically and genetically.

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abbeydean

Fecha

Octubre 2, 2022 a las 10:42 TARDE AEST

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sylvanc

Fecha

Agosto 10, 2022 a las 02:13 TARDE AEST

Descripción

Northern type scrub python

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ptexis

Fecha

Mayo 5, 2021 a las 06:42 MAÑANA CDT

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Pitón de Alfombra (Morelia spilota)

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sarahjane88

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Agosto 2, 2020 a las 08:09 TARDE AEST

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Pitón Roja de Malasia (Python brongersmai)

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rubenbc

Fecha

Julio 30, 2022 a las 02:29 TARDE CEST

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ptexis

Fecha

Agosto 17, 2017 a las 06:10 MAÑANA CDT

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Pitón Real Africana (Python regius)

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chaux23

Fecha

Falta la fecha

Lugar

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Pitón de Birmania (Python bivittatus)

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floridensis

Fecha

Agosto 2017

Descripción

A REQUEST:
When recommending an identification, please adhere to current standards of taxonomy as deployed by iNaturalist at this time — as opposed to identifying and classifying organisms based on personal beliefs about what taxonomy can, should, or of right ought to be in opposition to iNaturalist’s current taxonomy. Comments noting such taxonomic disagreements, however, are welcomed and encouraged. I prefer my observations to be inline with current taxonomic standards as deployed by iNaturalist (as opposed to my personal beliefs) so that this and other observations are readily accessible to iNaturalist users with greater efficiency and usability. Thanks!

If you have any questions regarding this observation, feel free to contact me or leave a comment below!

Janson Jones,
http://floridensis.com.

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Pitón de Birmania (Python bivittatus)

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rileybria

Fecha

Falta la fecha

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bvoltviewer

Fecha

Mayo 4, 2022 a las 04:34 TARDE CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Abril 9, 2022 a las 11:42 TARDE CDT

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Pitón Real Africana (Python regius)

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isaacthelord

Fecha

Marzo 10, 2022 a las 03:19 TARDE CST

Descripción

Likely a released pet. Extremely emaciated, some abrasions on the scales, ribs showing, possibly hit by a car.
TL 144.78 cm, SVL 132.08 cm, WT 0.775 kg, Male

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Pitón Real Africana (Python regius)

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gabindemon

Fecha

Septiembre 30, 2021 a las 05:42 TARDE EEST

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Pitón Real Africana (Python regius)

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emzzz

Fecha

Febrero 25, 2022 a las 07:31 TARDE MST

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mjacobs

Fecha

Febrero 13, 2022 a las 01:46 TARDE EST

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ptexis

Fecha

Diciembre 18, 2017 a las 09:21 TARDE CST

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pufferchung

Fecha

Enero 2022

Descripción

Cultivated species
UV Bee vision
Shot by a full spectrum camera with UV pass/IR block filters stack

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ptexis

Fecha

Diciembre 27, 2021 a las 10:10 TARDE CST

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Ratas del Viejo Mundo (Género Rattus)

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pufferchung

Fecha

Enero 2022

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

A rat killed by my Shiba Inu yesterday.
I used three UV speedlites

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Pitón Real Africana (Python regius)

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avah2511

Fecha

Enero 3, 2022 a las 07:40 TARDE EST

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Mason (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Pet ball python

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jeffmci9

Fecha

Diciembre 31, 2021 a las 09:12 TARDE CST

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wildcarrot

Fecha

Julio 24, 2021 a las 11:06 TARDE CDT

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Pitón Africana de Roca (Python natalensis)

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torigray

Fecha

Octubre 5, 2020 a las 07:30 TARDE SAST

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Sochuate (Thamnophis marcianus)

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bug_girl

Fecha

Diciembre 2021

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Loving it!! My mom scared it under someone’s truck so I rescued it lol. Notice the bicolored tongue!

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Febrero 1, 2016

Descripción

Here's another example of a Pug Moth I'm identifying as E. longidens kerrvillaria. In contrast to the Common Eupithecia, notice the following:

a. FW crossed by two nearly complete fine dark lines, the inner one nearly/actually touching the dark cell spot;

b. dark smudges in a couple of patches along the inner side of the thin white subterminal line; note also that the white subterminal line does not form a conspicuous white dot in the outer angle;

c. Each abdominal segment has a combination of a dull white (buff) spot and a small blackish chevron, resulting in an interrupted line of dark dots down the center of the abdomen; and

d. Something I'm noticing on all my images of this species: At the rear of the thorax, there is a conspicuous pale/white triangular patch which is typically bisected by black (with a dark area immediately in front of it). In the Common Eupithecia, this pale spot is either absent or not bisected by black.

This example showed up at a blacklight on a balmy early February evening.

Compare with:
http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2572928

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Febrero 12, 2013

Descripción

This is the earliest image (and best) that I have of what I am now identifying as Eupithecia longidens var. kerrvillaria. This species occurs from Texas, through AZ, NM, CO, and UT. The variety "kerrvillaria" was described originally in 1924 from Kerrville and has been subsequently documented in Edwards and Dallas counties (BG records).

This species is characterized by its light brown color with "two dark, oblique lines enclosing the median space"; the AM line is sharply angled below the costa, [nearly or actually] touching the dark discal dots (McDunnough, 1949, p. 549). In the several images that I've identified as this species, all show a pair of whitish and dark dots on the center of each abdominal segment, lining up to yield an interrupted black-and-white line down the abdomen. I don't know if the latter marks are diagnostic but this does help distinguish it from the common E. miserulata.

Here is a typical living image from Edwards County on BG:
http://bugguide.net/node/view/761014
(MPG apparently doesn't have images of the "kerrvillaria" variety in Texas.)

Ref: McDunnough, J. H. 1949. Revision of the N. Amer. species of the genus Eupithecia (Lepidoptera:Geometridae). Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 93(8):533-728.

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Pitón Real Africana (Python regius)

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rachelnichole85

Fecha

Octubre 23, 2021 a las 05:27 TARDE EDT

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Slidell (Google, OSM)

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Pitón Real Africana (Python regius)

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mikelavin6

Fecha

Octubre 3, 2020 a las 09:42 MAÑANA EDT

Descripción

Found dead on side of road, not sure of ID, definitely not native species

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Serpientes Y Culebras (Suborden Serpentes)

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abby_kuki

Fecha

Junio 2020

Descripción

Last science fair of 2020 school year. Volunteer captures.

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Pitón Reticulada Asiática (Malayopython reticulatus)

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arkantor

Fecha

Junio 30, 2008 a las 01:37 TARDE CEST

Descripción

Cultum, captivumve!

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dbh

Fecha

Agosto 2021

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Falsa Coralillo Real de Chihuahua (Lampropeltis knoblochi)

Fecha

Agosto 1999

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jeffmci9

Fecha

Agosto 19, 2017 a las 09:14 TARDE CDT

Descripción

This was the ID provided on BG, although I admit I'm still not really sold on it. Anyone able to confirm or refute this ID?

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ptexis

Fecha

Junio 18, 2021 a las 11:05 TARDE CDT

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jeffmci9

Fecha

Mayo 30, 2021 a las 09:31 TARDE CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Septiembre 7, 2017 a las 06:10 MAÑANA CDT

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Pitón Reticulada Asiática (Malayopython reticulatus)

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giyani_hana

Fecha

Abril 28, 2021 a las 09:28 MAÑANA WIB

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amzapp

Fecha

Agosto 14, 2020 a las 10:06 TARDE CDT

Descripción

@ellen5. These again.

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ptexis

Fecha

Junio 18, 2020 a las 11:45 TARDE CDT

Descripción

I have photographed several of these, and I have never before seen one that displayed iridescence.

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krancmm

Fecha

Mayo 15, 2020 a las 09:23 MAÑANA CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Septiembre 19, 2018 a las 06:26 MAÑANA CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Abril 19, 2020 a las 08:16 MAÑANA CDT

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Mantis del Noroeste (Stagmomantis limbata)

Observ.

ptexis

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Check this out. Last year we saw a hummer get caught and eaten by a large mantis. The mantis was sitting on one of the feeders. I never heard of that happening before. We’ve been feeding hummers and have had dense populations of hummers at our feeders for 25 years now, and we had never seen this before last year. We have seen several instances of large female black-and-yellow garden spiders catching and eating hummers, but lots of mantises are around and so far as we've seen, they have never caught a hummer until last year.

Today a mantis caught a hummer and is eating it right now. The mantis with its prey is sitting on the persimmon bush/tree that is right by the feeders.

It looks like it could be the same mantis, but I googled mantis longevity and apparently a year is the maximum lifespan, so this has got to be a new mantis. It is possible, maybe even likely that this is the offspring of the huge female mantis that caught the bird last year, as she was the only big mantis in the area we ever saw. Maybe mantis catch hummers all the time, but we just don’t see them do it, and I think it is a pretty rare behavior. This one couldn’t have learned the behavior from a mother she never saw. Is there an inheritable bird-eating trait in that particular lineage? I guess it's a simpler hypothesis that it's a trait for quicker growth or larger than average size, and that just allows them to include hummers on the menu by late summer.

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ptexis

Fecha

Octubre 22, 2017 a las 09:55 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Sorry guys, I think My first ID was incorrect. I've found several other specimens that clearly are implicata, and I think this one is, too.

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mako252

Fecha

Julio 31, 2019 a las 07:34 MAÑANA CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Julio 6, 2019 a las 05:51 MAÑANA CDT

Descripción

The marks are 1mm, the TL of the moth is 22 or 23 mm.

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jeffmci9

Fecha

Agosto 19, 2017 a las 09:41 TARDE CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Febrero 27, 2019 a las 04:30 MAÑANA CST

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Polillas del Pasto (Familia Crambidae)

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htrudell

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Agosto 26, 2011 a las 09:44 TARDE CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Junio 23, 2019 a las 11:34 TARDE CDT

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htrudell

Fecha

Agosto 27, 2011 a las 10:05 MAÑANA CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Septiembre 19, 2018 a las 07:36 MAÑANA CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Abril 26, 2019 a las 10:15 TARDE CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Enero 20, 2018 a las 10:31 TARDE CST

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ptexis

Fecha

Febrero 7, 2019 a las 07:32 MAÑANA CST

Descripción

Help! Identotron thinks this is Costaconvexa centrostrigaria, but I don't think so. But I don't know what it is. Any ideas out there?

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Marzo 21, 2019

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greglasley

Fecha

Septiembre 24, 2016 a las 10:31 MAÑANA CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Marzo 7, 2018 a las 09:39 TARDE CST

Descripción

unusual color?

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ptexis

Fecha

Agosto 11, 2016 a las 11:26 MAÑANA CDT

Descripción

found in building under construction

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Polillas de Alas Cubiertas (Género Catocala)

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krancmm

Fecha

Mayo 20, 2018 a las 11:12 TARDE CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Julio 15, 2018 a las 10:24 TARDE CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Junio 3, 2018 a las 11:39 TARDE CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Septiembre 12, 2017 a las 10:17 TARDE CDT

Descripción

This is the first example that i have seen at my site of a Pyrausta in the onythesalis/pseudonythesalis pair that is completely without a dashed T line.

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greglasley

Fecha

Septiembre 21, 2016 a las 08:00 MAÑANA CDT

Descripción

Dripping Springs,
Hays Co., Texas
21 September 2016

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krancmm

Fecha

Mayo 25, 2018 a las 10:31 TARDE CDT

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krancmm

Fecha

Mayo 13, 2018 a las 12:18 MAÑANA CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Noviembre 15, 2017 a las 10:21 TARDE CST

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ptexis

Fecha

Junio 11, 2017 a las 11:07 TARDE CDT

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sambiology

Fecha

Abril 6, 2018

Descripción

Had such a blast with other iNatters at the Del Rio gathering. I saw lots and lots of new plants and animals -- so these ID's are tentative. I'll have to do a little more digging later.
https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/sambiology/15447-spending-time-with-inat-community-in-del-rio

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ptexis

Fecha

Marzo 16, 2018 a las 07:09 MAÑANA CDT

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Marzo 2012

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

I'm tentatively identifying this very plain pug moth as Eupithecia zygadeniata, a species whose larvae have been documented on Green Lily (Schoenocaulon) in Central Texas.
http://bugguide.net/node/view/315640
Both MPG and BG have just a single image of one pinned specimen (from Texas Lepidoptera Survey):
http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/species.php?hodges=7532
http://bugguide.net/node/view/315640
Blanchard and Knudson (1985, p. 670) describe this species as having "powdery gray" wings.
The BOLD website shows several pinned specimens, some apparently from CO.
http://www.boldsystems.org/index.php/Taxbrowser_Taxonpage?taxid=226156

Compared to the Common Eupithecia, E. miserulata, this species has wider or longer FWs. The FWs have numerous but very indistinct crosslines and only the tiniest of dark discal dots, if any. I've noticed on this image that the abdomen has a series of black dots in the center of each segment, each of which is shaped like a minute chevron or crescent, yielding a distinct row of black dots down the length of the abdomen. As well, all available images seem to show a complete, sinuous or dentate pale subterminal line extending the entire breadth of the FW from the costa to the outer angle. Also, most/all images show a conspicuous but thin U-shaped dark line across the first abdomenal segment. I don't know if any of these latter aspects are diagnostic, but they are distinct in these respects from my series of E. miserulata images.

The species was originally described from Bosque Co., TX. Blanchard and Knudson report it from Comal and Kerr Cos. The present image is from a private ranch near Camp Wood in Real Co., TX. IF anyone ever finds the orange and black larvae on Green Lily in the wild, it would be tremendously valuable to raise those to adulthood to get more images of this poorly known species.
Compare also to this tentatively IDed image of E. jejunata:
http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2572994

Ref: Blanchard, A., and E. C. Knudson. 1985. The Eupithecia (Lepidoptera:Geometridae) of Texas with a description of a new species. Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 87(3):662-674.
http://biostor.org/reference/75172

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Marzo 15, 2015

Descripción

I originally thought this was E. zygadeniata, but I now see it matches images in Blanchard & Knudson (1985) of a different Texas species, the Swift Pug, E. jejunata. This species has obscure crosslines and tiny/absent discal dots like the former species but is smaller and not as "powdery gray"; The PM line (termed "subterminal" in McDunnough, 1949, p. 574) is doubled, enclosing a narrow pale band; this is inside the true subterminal whitish line which crosses the entire width of the FW. Another character mentioned by McDunnough (p. 574) is a pair of small obscure dark patches just inside the subterminal white line, one in the middle and one near the lower end of that line. This species apparently (?) shares with E. zygadeniata the row of black dots on the center of each abdomenal segment. Compare with my concept of E. zygadeniata here:
http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2572990

Ref.: Blanchard, A. and E.C. Knudson. 1985. The Eupithecia (Lep.:Geom.) of Texas with a description of a new species. Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 87(3):662-674.
http://biostor.org/reference/75172

McDunnough, J. H. 1949. Revision of the North American species of the genus Eupithecia (Lep.:Geom.). Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 93(8):533-728.

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ptexis

Fecha

Enero 20, 2018 a las 10:36 TARDE CST

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krancmm

Fecha

Marzo 23, 2018 a las 06:58 MAÑANA CDT

Descripción

Or C. lethe or ...

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Marzo 1, 2017 a las 10:01 TARDE CST

Descripción

This was one of the nice discoveries on the first day of March; first for the yard. I keep photographing Eupithecia's in hopes of uncovering something different and it finally worked. This is Bolter's Pug Moth which ranges from AZ east to Central Texas. MPG at present does not show any Texas records:
http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/species.php?hodges=7500
The species is sparsely recorded in Texas but has been documented as far east as Waco (McClennan Co.). This appears to be a 2nd Travis County record, just a few days after the first one was uploaded to BG: http://bugguide.net/node/view/1343373

The first image is a marked-up version to illustrate key points for identifying this species (based on McDunnough's 1949 monograph and a more recent article by Blanchard & Knudson (1985)*).

  1. FWs narrower and more pointed than most other common Eupithecia's.
  2. Oblique dark marks from costa meeting at the discal spot, forming a conspicuous "triangle" on the costal margin.
  3. Discal spot a prominent vertical bar.
  4. Thin black line extending from lower end of discal spot towards base of FW.
  5. Pale unmarked buff/gray areas flanking the discal spot; also the inner 2/3 of HW similarly unmarked (more so than most other Eupithecia).
    The black inverted "Y" or 3-bladed "propeller" on the thorax seems to be diagnostic for this species, at least among CenTex Eupithecia's.

These ID notes have been added to the BG species page here:
http://bugguide.net/node/view/1043092

  • Blanchard, A., and E. C. Knudson. "The Eupithecia (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) of Texas, with the description of a new species." Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington (USA) (1985).

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ptexis

Fecha

Agosto 29, 2017 a las 10:50 TARDE CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Junio 24, 2017 a las 06:04 MAÑANA CDT

Descripción

I think this specimen is an example of an overlooked Texas species. Rindge (1959) described it and looked at 21 specimens from the OK border south to Cotulla. He also included a specimen from NM and one from Coah. MX. At BOLD there is a specimen identified as imperdata from Baboquivari, AZ, and one from the OK border of TX. The type locality is Kerrville, TX. The darkly pigmented line on the fold that connects the AM line and PM line is a character of the pattern of imperdata.

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ptexis

Fecha

Febrero 13, 2018 a las 10:29 TARDE CST

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ptexis

Fecha

Febrero 9, 2018 a las 11:52 TARDE CST

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ptexis

Fecha

Noviembre 19, 2017 a las 09:01 TARDE CST

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ptexis

Fecha

Noviembre 21, 2017 a las 08:39 TARDE CST

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ptexis

Fecha

Noviembre 21, 2017 a las 07:11 MAÑANA CST

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ptexis

Fecha

Octubre 26, 2017 a las 06:32 MAÑANA CDT

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Gusano Cogollero del Maíz (Spodoptera frugiperda)

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krancmm

Fecha

Diciembre 18, 2017 a las 05:48 TARDE CST

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ptexis

Fecha

Junio 18, 2017 a las 11:18 TARDE CDT

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ptexis

Fecha

Julio 25, 2017 a las 06:18 MAÑANA CDT

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@gcwarbler -- help me, I'm lost. So far as I've learned to date, there are six or seven genera of moths that have this general silhouette, and I've grown interested in them. Out at the Devils River, I regularly see a selection of the genera, and I've amassed quite a collection of images. But it seems the more I look at them, the less I understand. I recently decided this moth is a Tornos abjectarius. However, even more recently, I recently came across your post about identifying E. miserulata (and on the basis of the illuminating description and illustration you offered, I have identified this moth as such). I know the whole batch is tough to identify with certainty, but what do you think this one might be--Tornos, Eupithecia, or something else??? If this is a Eupithecia, I think I have to go back and re-identify some of the images of very similar moths that I have posted here and at BG.

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Diciembre 4, 2017 a las 09:41 TARDE CST