Calledapteryx dryopterata (Brown Scoopwing)
Looks like something took a bite out of this one. Not. This is the natural shape. Is it me or do the holes look like eyes and the center of the back look like a pointed nose? I've had about 3 of these show up this month.
Palthis angulasis (Dark-spotted Palthis)
Now this one looks like a paper airplane that I would have made in grade school and flown across the room when no one was looking. Of course my aim was to hit a friend in the head. The folded up part is characteristic of Palthis species. The point at the end is actually a pair of elongated libial palps used as sensory organs and they are particularly long in this genera.
Datana angusii (Drexel's Datana)
From one extreme to another, this guy almost doesn't have a face. I call them cigar butt moths. The larva like to feed on oak and apple leaves.
Geina periscelidactylus (Plum Moth)
I think they are trying to mimic dried grass or dead stems. I have never seen them in the daytime so I think that strategy must be working or I haven't looked in the right place.
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