I just got back from a family camping trip at Jay Cook State Park. We had a great time hiking, poking around in the water and amongst the rocks, and keeping an eye out for Death Eaters . . .
After dark, I turned on our Propane lantern to watch for moths, and was surprised with how many different kinds of moth it attracted.
Four-spotted Ghost Moth - Sthenopis purpurascens
The Neighbor - Haploa contigua
Little White Lichen Moth - Clemensia albata
Painted Lichen Moth - Hypoprepia fucosa
One more Arctiid.
Reticulated Fruitworm Moth - Cenopis reticulatana
Bronzed Cutworm Moth - Nephelodes minians
Snowy Geometer - Eugonobaptia nivosaria?
There are certainly other white moths out there; I ruled out a few other similar species, but I'm not positive there aren't others out there. Geometridae, Inchworm family.
Northern Pearly-eye - Enodia anthedon
A butterfly crasher at the moth party. I wonder if Northern Pearly-eyes are commonly attracted to lights at night.
I photographed a lot of other moths, and many more came that I didn't get pictures of. Overall, a very successful two nights of mothing!