Yes! We're back into bug season!! For some that might daunting, but for me, it means more bugs to find. My front door seems to be the popular place for bugs to sleep. I usually have a good selection to chose from in the morning.
This morning was this lovely little Plume Moth. It is from the micromoth family and I thought it looked a little dragonflish. This moth is a little unique because when it's resting, it rolls up it's wings and takes the shape of a "T". They are most active at night and be found near pollen sources in the daylight hours. Adults drinks nectar. The larvae (caterpillars) eat leaves and often eats into stems of plants which kills the plant so that makes them somewhat unwanted in a garden. They can found virtually anywhere in the U.S.