There are many online sources for information about moths and how to find them, mothing equipment and accessories and moth designs on everyday items. Below are a few that the National Moth Week team picked. If you know of other worthy sites, please let us know (Contact us).
Specialty Lights, mothing equipment , books and more can be ordered from BioQuip.
How to attract moths – From Brian Bockhahn, Interpretation & Education Specialist, North Carolina State Parks
Light Trapping For Moths and Baiting for moths
Discover Life – Moth pages
Why moths? Methods & Identification / How to have a Moth Party?
Mothing with Kids
Mothing Links to websites that will teach you how to look for moths, how to find moth names, why are moths special, fun activities and more.
Pacific North West Moths
Drawing from the knowledge of moth experts and specimen records from the region’s major insect collections, this site features detailed species accounts, high resolution photographs, and an interactive identification key for every Pacific Northwest moth species within the families Drepanidae, Uraniidae, Lasiocampidae, Saturniidae, Sphingidae, Notodontidae, Erebidae, Euteliidae, Nolidae, and Noctuidae Pages. (http://pnwmoths.biol.wwu.edu/#)
Videos for moth’ers
Moths and how to moth videos from Dr. Carl D. Barrentine
Moths, mothing, sources and much more – Dave Moskowitz’s moth blog on Wild NJ website.
Links to website, advice and tips on how to photograph moths.
Brigette Zacharczenko’s handout: Moth families and other nocturnal insects
Moth and Nocturnal Insect Handout—Zacharczenko 2015
Brigette Zacharczenko would love to see people use her handouts to aid in identifying the most common families of moths and other common insects found at National Moth Week events. The handout also includes a QR code that links to our site.