"The Nameless Pinion"
The Nameless Pinion is a cold-weather moth that has been recorded in Muskoka from the last week in March to the 2nd week in April. Their larvae eat many species of trees and shrubs and sometimes other insects. This specimen, attracted to an ultraviolet light near Uffington on March 31, was the first moth seen in 1999.
Photo scanned from a live specimen by A. Sinclair.
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