C.Rayz

C.Rayz

Posted on 08/30/2009


Photo taken on August 30, 2009



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Amphipyra tragopoginis
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east sussex
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moth
wildlife
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mouse moth


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Mouse Moth

Mouse Moth
Ok the last home moth night I had this guy got in, and mortified me by spazzing out, flying all over the room, and disappearing into my book shelf. I tore the room apart looking for him to release him but couldn't find him, after hours.
The next day he was at the window looking for a way out..lol

Now this all makes sense when you know how this moth got his name, they are called the mouse moth because when disturbed they often scurry away like a mouse rather than fly, which he obviously did like a mouse and disappeared in the room..LoL

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