White Campion. Short-lived perennial wildflower currently flowering in my "dustbin-lid meadow". Gives off a scent at night in order to attract pollinating moths
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OK so i found a white moth with black dots on it and i yellowish orange back and i don’t know what to do with it i do not want ti let it die but i want to save it from anything harmful to its life so if you would know anything about what i should do with it please let me know. i have lived here in Texline Texas for my whole life and i am 22 years old and i have never in my life seen such a beautiful moth ever. thank
Hi Kristen. Try going to I SPOT at http://www.ispot.org.uk/whats_it_all_about Its a great website which I use to upload photos of any of my garden insects -and where experts (including some from the natural history museum) will identify them for you. I’ve used it lots of times and its very good! They may well be able to advise you which species of moth it is but as a rule I think they will tell you to leave the moth where you found it(if found outside) and to let nature take its course. Good luck!
Lovely. Will we hear more about the dustbin lid meadow?
Thanks for the comment ….and congratulations (it’s the very first comment on this blog!)
There will definitely be a detailed post on the creation of the “dustbin lid meadow” in the near future. Glad you’re enjoying the blog!
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