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  • Lynn Scott's Idaea dimidiata image
    Idaea dimidiata Ottawa Dunrobin ON Canada 30 July 2000 1 14AM left 15 July 2001 12 18AM right This species also photographed on 2 August 2000 14 July 2001 and 18 July 2001 Contact Site created by Acleris Page last

    Original URL path: http://acleris.com/dls/07126.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Lynn Scott's Haematopis grataria image
    7146 Haematopis grataria Ottawa Dunrobin ON Canada 6 August 2001 12 35AM This species also photographed on 3 and 4 September 2001 Contact Site created by Acleris Page last modified

    Original URL path: http://acleris.com/dls/07146.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Lynn Scott's Scopula limboundata image
    left 30 June 2001 4 12AM top right 5 July 2001 2 20AM center 2 July 2000 11 03PM bottom form enucleata This species also photographed on 10 and 19 July 2000 on 29 June 2001 and on 3 22 and 26 July 2001 This species is quite variable with several named forms including enucleata as noted above Any guidance as to identifying specific forms among the first three specimens

    Original URL path: http://acleris.com/dls/07159.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Lynn Scott's Dysstroma hersiliata (Chloroclysta hersiliata) image
    orange to rust crossing the wing in the antemedial area The median is gray in most specimens but a few have significant areas of rust brown in the median instead as in the bottom left photo The whitish postmedial line is sharply scalloped with a sharp tooth extending inward into the median about a third of the way down the wing Below this tooth there is an extra deep outward scallop The area immediately following the pm line is usually orange to rust near the costa and may have a moderate amount of orange or rust brown color in the rest of the space between the pm line and the whitish scalloped subterminal line The area outside the st line is gray and usually somewhat paler than the gray of the median The hindwing is light and grayish Covell 1984 indicates a wingspan from 2 5 to 2 9 cm for this species According to Handfield 1999 the larvae of Dysstroma hersiliata feed on Ribes species wild currants and gooseberries He indicates an adult flight season from about mid June to the end of July for my general area My records to date for Dysstroma hersiliata each date representing the

    Original URL path: http://acleris.com/dls/07189.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Lynn Scott's Eulithis testata image
    identification for this specimen was as Eulithis molliculata 7203 on the basis of Handfield s illustrations of these species Fortunately these photographs coincided not only with one of my visits to the Canadian National Collection of Lepidoptera but also to a visit by Dr Douglas C Ferguson who pointed out that the underside of the wings of E molliculata and E testata are quite different in appearance and kindly confirmed

    Original URL path: http://acleris.com/dls/07201.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Lynn Scott's Eulithis explanata image
    top right 21 July 2002 10 51PM center left 21 July 2002 10 08PM center right 21 July 2001 9 32PM bottom left 31 July 2002 1 17AM bottom right The photographs from 21 22 July 2001 are of the

    Original URL path: http://acleris.com/dls/07206.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Lynn Scott's Ecliptopera silaceata albolineata image
    band bounded by white lines the outermost of which forms an outward point inside this band the veins are sometimes evident as yellowish light brown lines crossing the band The double postmedial line has two sharp inward points below the midpoint of the wing that sometimes extend as lines into the median the lower of which sometimes reaches the outward point of the antemedial line see center left photo In the subterminal area there is a lighter band defined by whitish zigzag lines and usually crossed by several yellow brown markings at the veins especially in the lower half The hindwing is grayish tan with traces of lines near the outer margin The wingspan ranges from 2 4 to 2 8 cm Handfield 1999 Ecliptopera silaceata albolineata is resembles but is somewhat smaller than Ecliptopera atroliterata a more southern species that does not occur in my area According to Handfield 1999 the larvae of Ecliptopera silaceata albolineata feed on impatiens and willow herb He indicates two generations per year for my general area with adult flight seasons from the later part of May to the beginning of July and from the later part of July to early September My records

    Original URL path: http://acleris.com/dls/07213a.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Lynn Scott's Thera juniperata image
    7217 Thera juniperata Ottawa Dunrobin ON Canada 19 October 2001 8 22PM left 19 October 2001 10 52PM right This species also photographed on 12 14 16 20 and 23 October 2001 Contact Site created by Acleris Page last modified

    Original URL path: http://acleris.com/dls/07217.html (2016-04-29)
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