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Thursday, November 4, 2010

I've Figured it Out

That little critter in the post below is a moth? I can't imagine how it flies. Are its wings tucked underneath. I decided to just look up T-shaped insect and this is what came up:

Stenoptilia bipunctidactyla is a moth of the Pterophoroidea family. It is found in Europe and Anatolia. The wingspan is 17-25 mm. [1] The moths fly from March to October depending on the location. The larvae feed on Succisa pratensis, Linaria vulgaris, Weasel's snout and Knautia species. (Wikipedia)

Well, that's enough of the entomology for today. (BTW - I didn't know know how to spell that either.)

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