Partner Project Noah Prepares for National Moth Week!

National Moth Week 2019 is just a week away and the nature community at Project Noah is already starting to celebrate! 

 

 

 

During NMW 2018, a variety of moths were spotted on Project Noah throughout the world! Here are a few of our favorites below:

Corymica arnearia, a geometrid moth spotted by Project Noah user Manoj Samuel Grg.

Corymica arnearia, a geometrid moth spotted by Project Noah user Manoj Samuel Grg.

Gorgonidia

Gorgonidia buckleyi, a tiger moth spotted by Project Noah user bayucca.

Hyperchiria bahisa

Hyperchiria bahisa, a beautiful leaf-mimic spotted by Project Noah user Francierlem.

Aglaomorpha plagiata, a tiger moth spotted by Project Noah user DrNamgyalT.Sherpa.

Aglaomorpha plagiata, a tiger moth spotted by Project Noah user DrNamgyalT.Sherpa.

Epia muscosa, spotted by Project Noah user Eduardo Axel Recillas Bautista.

Epia muscosa, spotted by Project Noah user Eduardo Axel Recillas Bautista.

Project Noah has a new user interface! Check out the updated website and submit your moths to the Moths of the World mission today!

Register for National Moth Week 2019 here.

About Jacob Gorneau

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