Category Archives: NMW Collaborators

Moths:  Why moths? Hong Kong; National Moth Week; Citizen Science; iNaturalist. By Roger Kendrick

I have been asked to write a few words on moths and NMW. So here, in a not too roundabout way, I’ll attempt to explain the significance of moths and National Moth Week . First up – moths. Why should … Continue reading

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Project Noah National Moth Week 2015 Recap

  Project Noah celebrated National Moth Week in 2015 by promoting users to contribute to the official National Moth Week mission, Moths of the World. Users contributed spottings from all six continents Lepidoptera are found on. Project Noah users who … Continue reading

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Submit moth observations to NKIS – Guest post by Michael Kurz

Our non-profit organization aims in the documentation of organisms (Taxonomy, Ecology, Biogeography) on a global scale, as well as in the interactions between organisms (see http://www.nkis.info). NKIS.info also provides functionality for the documentation of biotopes, fossils, minerals and rocks and … Continue reading

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Photos from National Moth Week 2015 in Japan

The Flickr album contains 357 photos of moths from National Moth Week participants in Japan.  More about NMW in Japan at http://www.nationalmothweek-jp.net/

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French NMW Partner Shares Love of Hawk Moths With World

Écrit en Français en bas Jean Haxaire, a senior professor of Earth and Life Sciences at Bordeaux University and Agen (high school)  in France, loves hawk moths so much that he has created a new website dedicated to the Sphingidae … Continue reading

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Ian Morton of Belize Joins NMW Team

The National Moth Week team is delighted to welcome its newest member, Ian Morton of Belize, an avid supporter of citizen science and NMW participant, who created the moths-of-belize.com website. As a team member, Ian is serving as an administrator … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: Metalmark moths

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah featured a fun fact about moths. This is the last day of National Moth Week, but we hope you enjoyed all of the Fun Facts! From … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: Scales and meaning of Lepidoptera

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah will be featuring a fun fact about moths. From Project Noah: The scientific order Lepidoptera consists of butterflies and moths. The name Lepidoptera has its origins … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: the Luna moth

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah will be featuring a fun fact about moths. From Project Noah: The Luna moth (Actias luna) is a large North American silk moth that is covered … Continue reading

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Project Noah Fun Fact: Ghost moths

For every day of National Moth Week, our partner, citizen science website Project Noah will be featuring a fun fact about moths. From Project Noah: While many female moths and butterflies attract males through the use of pheromores, ghost moths … Continue reading

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