Gnophaela vermiculata is also known as the Police Car Moth or Green Lattice Moth. They are found in Rocky Mountain areas and the western United States, also in southwestern Canada. Adults have a wingspan of 2.1 inches (5.3cm). These moths are day flyers. Their host plants are of the forget-me-not family of flowers. They feed on… Read More POLICE CAR MOTH


Here is a Common Checkered Skipper that I saw last year. One of the most common skippers, they can be found along roadsides, agricultural fields, and in desert washes throughout most of North America in various regions and elevations. The host plants are mallows, mostly Globemallows.