Submit your National Moth Week observations to iNaturalist

iNaturalist is a place where you can record what you see in nature, meet other nature lovers, and learn about the natural world. For information on how to start (including how to submit observations), click here.

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Any moths you submit to iNaturalist during National Moth Week will be automatically added to the National Moth Week 2018 project! Be sure to check if any regional partners have projects you can manually add your observations to. These partners are listed below with their project descriptions.

  • Hong Kong Moths – add moth observations from Hong Kong here to help document the moth species in Hong Kong, as well as their distribution and abundance within Hong Kong, with an aim to assess the conservation status of each species.
  • Moths of Spain – add moth observations to help the Spanish Association for the Protection of Butterflies and their Environment (ZERYNTHIA) collect information on the distribution of moths. This project also collaborates with European Moth Nights.
  • Vermont Atlas of Life – add moth observations to help discover, map, and monitor life across Vermont.

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Click here to register your mothing and be part of National Moth Week 2018

 

About Jacob Gorneau

Jacob Gorneau is an undergraduate student studying entomology at Cornell University.
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