Articles on two of Ontario's Ghost Moth species

Happy New Year! The News of The Lepidopterists' Society recently published articles on the Willow Ghost Moth (Sthenopis thule) and European Ghost Moth (Korcheltellus lupulina) in North America. The Willow Ghost Moth is described by 3 authors, including @basilconlin, and includes field notes from last summer's LepSoc meeting in Ottawa. The distribution of the invasive European Ghost Moth is presented and may be of interest as it has a particular stronghold in Ontario.

And in the 'Citizen Science at work' category, both articles cite iNaturalist observations from the province.

Posted on January 01, 2019 04:36 PM by dkaposi dkaposi | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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