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Spotted by John Cockell for NMW 2014.
South of Thailand
Moth with wingspan of about 4 inches.
Spotted for National Moth Week 2014.
Wingspan approx. 10 cm (3.9 inches).
Approximately 3.5 inches or 9 cm wide.
nearly 4" wingspan, badly damaged wings
Big Moth, around 8-9 cm wing span
This species belongs to the Nocutidae family, one of the largest family in the ...
The first 2 photos of the erebid moth with the lizard were taken at 8:25 pm. ...
explains why I wondered if it was a butterfly at first:
fat, smooth caterpillar, about 5cm
Found around houses, gardens.
Searching for the ID of it...
huge moth, about 12.5cm (5")
bark. This might be the larva of an Erebus ...
Moths in the genus Caligo are commonly called owl owl moths, after their huge ...