My truck headlights illuminated quite a few moths flying last night as I drove down a rough, dirt, mountain road - way out in the bush. Flying insects are a bit unusual for late November in northern Pennsylvania. I noticed one moth flying along the side of the road, so I stopped to take its picture. The moth landed in a knee-high brier bush. I believe this November moth was a Citrine Sallow - Pyreferra citrombra - one of the wintermoth tribe.
I wonder...what was in all the other brier bushes I passed?