The sun is out and so are the several species of moths in our region that fly by day. One of our most common is the spear-marked black, named for the white chevron on the wings. I see them now on our bunchberry blooms. Did you ever notice that the leaves of a blooming bunchberry are in sixes, whereas the younger plants, not yet mature enough to bloom, have only four leaves? Bunchberry is a dogwood relative. That shows, doesn't it?