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January 2008 - Morning Glory Plume Moth
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Morning Glory Plume Moth, Emmelina monodactyla
Morning Glory Plume Moth, Emmelina monodactyla

The Plume Moth has a great perching position - almost like an airplane as it hides most of its wings making it appear very much not like a moth. There are red and grayish forms of this insect and since it is active in some mild areas in the winter, it seems like a fitting candidate for January.

To learn more about moths and their relatives, visit our Visual Bug Guide.

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