Plume moth

A morning glory plume moth (Emmalina monodactyla; Pterophoridae), I think. No doubt reared on the field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis) that tends to be the focal point of my garden each year.

Colin Purrington Photography: Insects &emdash; Morning glory plume moth


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