January 20, 2017

Behold! Inchworm moths in all their glory!

The diverse and wonderful moths of the family Geometridae are all too often written-off as commonplace, dingy, even boring, but this is far, FAR, from the truth of things. The nightly fluttering of scaled wings around a porch l...

January 20, 2017

With their inflatable tails, horns and fins, acid sprays, bulbous rear-ends, and unmatched mimicry, the Notodontid caterpillars are some of the most bizarre creatures we work with, and though their adult counterparts may lack the shear number of odd bells and whistles...

January 18, 2017

These are the "divas" of the moth world. From the Cecropia, our largest flying insect, to the diminutive but very fluffy Rosy Maple Moth, each one is a memory from childhood, a discovery that leaves us breathless. How do you think these compare to the much more often c...