Family: Erebidae, Subfamily: Aganainae
The Aganainae are a small subfamily of moths in the Erebidae family. The adults and caterpillars of this subfamily are typically large and brightly colored, like the related tiger moths. Many of the caterpillars feed on poisonous host plants and acquire toxic cardenolides that make them unpleasant to predators.
Seen at a farm.
Lat: 19.00, Long: 73.54
Spotted on Aug 20, 2017
Submitted on Aug 29, 2017