2021 October 18
Aziza Cooper writes: Friday, October 15, this creature was in my home, and I removed it in a jar. Sorry I’m not bold enough to try to take it out. Jeremy Tatum replies: You may safely let it out. It is not aggressive and it won’t attack you. I’d be inclined not to let it crawl around on your hand. It has a strong and sharp rostrum. If you are not sure what its rostrum is, let it crawl on your hand, and you will soon find out.
Western Conifer Seed Bug Leptogloss...
2021 October 17
Jochen Möhr writes yesterday from Metchosin: Well, after more than three weeks of absence – since September 23 – and after I had practically given up on checking around the black light, this afternoon I finally discovered two moths at the ceiling: Synaxis jubararia and Epirrita autumnata. And this morning, two Epirrita autumnata and one Noctua pronuba.
October Thorn Tetracis jubararia (Lep.: Geometridae) Jochen Möhr
Autumnal Moth Epirrita autumnata (Lep.: Geomet...