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Amazing moth! Looks like it's in a clown costume. ;)
Welcome Matthew... we are waiting more surprising spotting from you in future...
Thank you, Ashish, it is an honor, coming for you...
Congratulations Matthew... for being Mother on Project Noah Blog with featuring this one of most popular spottings... Its a right Honor..!!
Wow! such a unique moth. Great spotting and share, Thank you!
This is amazing.
That's stunning. Nice spotting
Thank you all so much...
Congratulations! Wonderful moth!
Congratulations Matthew, this pretty little moth has been featured in the Project Noah blog today! http://blog.projectnoah.org/
i can taste peppermint just looking at it.....I have never seen anything like it
very beautiful specimen
that is so cool! great shot
Hi..do not worry about Bloggers... Refer only Biologists link..!!
Ashish, my book, "Butterflies and Moths of Costa Rica", Chacon et Montero, 2007, has many listings and IDs that are, many times, different from those in other references...not sure why except there may be different philosophies in cataloging methods...perhaps someone with a more scientific background could help...???
Lat: 9.23, Long: -83.73
Spotted on Oct 5, 2011 Submitted on Oct 5, 2011
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