Tony Eales, a researcher in Queensland and regular contributor to “readers’ wildlife photos”, sent a “spot the” picture. I’ll let him tell you what you’re supposed to spot, and there will be a reveal later:
I took a wide shot of this moth with a “spot the” in mind but found that on the computer the moth actually stood out very well. However there was another moth in the same photo that did not stand out at all.
NOTE: THERE ARE TWO MOTHS IN THE PHOTO. ONE IS QUITE OBVIOUS, BUT YOU’RE NOT LOOKING FOR THAT ONE.
The hidden moth is an unidentified species of Scioglyptis, but the species of the obvious one is unknown. Your job is to spot the cryptic moth. I’d call this one “pretty hard.” There will be a reveal at 11 a.m. Chicago time: