I would like to introduce you to the green cloverworm moth (Hypena scabra). It is one of your backyard moth neighbors that you might encounter anytime throughout the year. This is especially if you live in South Georgia. In some portions of North Georgia, you might see this month only from March through November. I live in Middle Georgia, and I have seen it in all seasons.
This drab, triangular-shaped, long-snouted moth measures around an inch (25mm-35mm) in length.
Although it can be seen during daylight hours, you are most apt to it fluttering about your porch light. In fact, during the winter it is sometimes the moth commonly seen around outside lights.
The green cloverworm moth uses a variety of host plants including, strawberry, ragweed, and false indigo along with trees such as elm, hackberry, poplar, willow, and birch.