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LOCAL OKANAGAN LAKE BC

MOTH PHOTOS FOR SALE

These moth photos were

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and are for sale!

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One-eyed Sphinx, Smerinthus cerisyi
One-eyed Sphinx, Smerinthus cerisyi
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same One-eyed Sphinx, Smerinthus cerisyi moth

One-eyed Sphinx, Smerinthus cerisyi
One-eyed Sphinx, Smerinthus cerisyi
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One-eyed Sphinx, Smerinthus cerisyi
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same moth


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Not sure what this carcass is, but it may be a
Photo of the Western Spruce Bud Worm carcass
Western Spruce Budworm carcass
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Western Spruce Budworm Larvae
Western Spruce Budworm larvae
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This unknown pupa was wrapped up in this Saskatoon Leaf in some silk.  Might be the Western Spruce Budworm Pupa?

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Tree near Fintry affected by the Western Spruce Bud Worm
Tree partially defoliated by the Western Spruce Budworm
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Evening grosbeaks flock to areas infested with spruce budworm to breed and raise their young. (If an evening grosbeak were to get all its daily energy from budworm larvae it would eat 1,000 a day.) Because of its appetite for this destructive pest, the evening grosbeak is considered a beneficial bird. Source Answers.com

A single year of defoliation generally has little impact on the tree. However, it does cause weakening of the tree, making it more susceptible to attacks by other insects. Defoliation over a few consecutive years causes tree growth loss. However, if defoliation of current- and previous-year shoots continues uninterrupted over several years, some trees will die, while others will continue to gradually decline for several years, even after the end of the infestation. This is the case with fir, the species most vulnerable to spruce budworm attacks, which dies after four consecutive years of severe defoliation.  Source Natural Resources Canada

Twenty-plume Moth
Ceanothus Silkmoth - Hyalophora euryalus
Ceanothus silkmoth - Hyalophora euryalus

Larvae of the Ceanothus Silkmoth

   
Poplar Grey Moth
Western Spruce Budworm Moth
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Balsam Fir Sawfly Larvae
Balsam Fir Sawfly Larvae
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Ministry of Forests - Sawfly

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Natural Resources Canada - Birch-aspen leafroller

Sawfly Larvae on a Saskatoon Tree Leaf
blue Sawfly Larvae with a yellow head on a Saskatoon Tree Leaf
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Green Lacewing Eggs Silverleaf whiteflies, Bemisia argentifolii

Greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum

 

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Bruce spanworm, Operophtera bruceata / Winter moth, Operophtera brumata

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Cerisy's Sphinx or One Eyed Sphinx Moth

.pdf icon Spotted Wing Drosophila (Drosophila suzukii), a new vinegar fly pest in British Columbia
Surveillance of spotted wing drosophila in the Southern Interior Valleys of B.C. in 2010 indicated that spotted wing drosophila was widespread in the Okanagan and Similkameen valleys and present in the Creston valley.
Clean up leftover and fallen fruit. Bury fruit to a depth of more than 12” or seal in plastic bags or freeze for at least 48 hours before disposal.

Eyespotted Bud Moth (Spilonota ocellana)

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