Photographic guide to bird-dropping moths of the New York area family Noctuidae subfamily Acontiinae*
01 Olive-shaded Bird-dropping Moth Tarachidia candefacta 7/28/01 Queens co. NY S. Walter 03 Exposed Bird-dropping Moth Acontia aprica male 8/19/01 Kings co. NY Steve Walter 03 Exposed Bird-dropping Moth Acontia aprica female 7/30/00 Kings co. NY Steve Walter
02 Small Bird-dropping Moth Tarachidia erastrioides 5/26/02 Queens co. NY S. Walter 14 Common Spragueia Spragueia leo 8/19/01 Kings co. NY Steve Walter 04 Tufted Bird-dropping Moth Cerma cerintha 6/13/01 Queens co. NY Steve Walter
05 Black-dotted Lithacodia Lithacodia synochitis 5/28/02 Nassau co. NY Steve Walter 06 Large Mossy Lithacodia Lithacodia muscosula 5/24/01 Queens co. NY Steve Walter 07 Small Mossy Lithacodia Lithacodia musta 8/17/02 Westchester co. NY Steve Walter
09 Pink-barred Lithacodia Lithacoida carneola 8/5/00 Kings co. NY Steve Walter 08 Bog Lithacodia Lithacodia bellicula 8/3/02 Westchester co. NY Steve Walter 16 Capis curvata  7/5/03  Litchfield co. CT          Steve Walter
10 "Lithacodia" albidula 7/15/01 Orange co. NY Steve Walter 15 Black-bordered Lemon Moth Thioptera nigrofimbria 7/30/02 Queens co. NY S. Walter 12 Green Leuconycta Leuconycta dipthteroides 7/4/03 Litchfield co. CT Steve Walter

* Recent taxonomic revisions split this group into Acontiinae and Eustrotiinae. Additionally, Leuconycta is placed in subfamily Condicinae, tribe Leuconyctini