Subject: What in the name of all that is holy…
Location: Atlanta, GA
March 12, 2015 7:24 pm
Well, we had a few warm days for early march, even saw some grasshoppers oustide. Saw this thing on why house. My first thought was “How does that even work?”
Signature: Caleb

Plume Moth

Plume Moth

Dear Caleb,
This distinctive insect is a Plume Moth in the family Pterophoridae, but we are not certain of the species.
  The wings form the top bar of the letter T, and we frequently get requests to identify T-Bugs.

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

3 Responses to Plume Moth

  1. aussietrev says:

    A question rather than a comment guys. Do you know how many plume moths are coloured rather than just white or grey as most seem to be?

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