Oncocnemidine Sallows, Groundlings and Wood-Nymphs…

  Sym 1Sym 2Sym 3Sym 5 Sym 6Sym 7 Sym 8Sym 4 These photographs introduce our local Oncocnemidine Sallows, Groundlings, and Wood-Nymphs (Family Noctuidae, Subfamilies Oncocnemidinae, Condicinae, and Agaristinae).  Images shown here represent five genera and eight moth species, all of which were found and photographed in either northeastern North Dakota or northwestern Minnesota.   

Try to identity a few of these moths by matching images shown here with those found on pages 414-423 of the Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Northeastern North America.   Moth Book Click on the links below to view Moth Photographer’s Guide images of these and many, many other North American species in these three Noctuid subfamilies:

Oncocnemidinae and Agaristinae: http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/fast.php?plate=59.0&size=l&sort=p

Condicinae: http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/fast.php?plate=60.0&size=l&sort=p

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