Author Archives: Jacob Gorneau

About Jacob Gorneau

Jacob Gorneau is a student at Cornell University, where he plans to major in Entomology. He is interested in the taxonomic research of moths.

Project Noah extends virtual patch availability to August 14

Project Noah is a citizen science project mobilizing new generations of nature explorers and helping people around the world appreciate their local wildlife. The ‘Noah’ in Project Noah stands for networked organisms and habitats. Project Noah aims to harness the power … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: White Underwing

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah featured a fun fact about the underwing moths, Catocala, and their look-alikes. Today is the last day of National Moth Week—we hope you enjoyed the fun … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: Large Yellow Underwing

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah featured a fun fact about the underwing moths, Catocala, and their look-alikes. Today is the last day of National Moth Week—we hope you enjoyed the fun … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: Yellow-banded Underwing

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah will be featuring a fun fact about the underwing moths, Catocala, and their look-alikes. From Project Noah: Fun Fact! The Yellow-banded Underwing (Catocala cerogama) is unique … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: Epione Underwing

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah will be featuring a fun fact about the underwing moths, Catocala, and their look-alikes. From Project Noah: Fun Fact! Most moths in the Catocala genus have brightly … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: Fruit Piercing Moth

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah featured a fun fact about the underwing moths, Catocala, and their look-alikes. Today is the last day of National Moth Week—we hope you enjoyed the fun … Continue reading

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Project Noah Celebrates National Moth Week 2016 with virtual patch

Project Noah is a citizen science project mobilizing new generations of nature explorers and helping people around the world appreciate their local wildlife. The ‘Noah’ in Project Noah stands for networked organisms and habitats. Project Noah aims to harness the power … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: Locust Underwing

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah will be featuring a fun fact about the underwing moths, Catocala, and their look-alikes. From Project Noah: Fun Fact! While moths considered to be “true underwings” … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: Ilia Underwing

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah will be featuring a fun fact about the underwing moths, Catocala, and their look-alikes. From Project Noah: Fun Fact! While adult underwing moths in the genus … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: Darling Underwing

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah will be featuring a fun fact about the underwing moths, Catocala, and their look-alikes. From Project Noah: Fun Fact! Moths in the Catocala genus are unique … Continue reading

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