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vijaybarve Magpie Moth
Magpie Moth commented on by vijaybarve Gangtok, Sikkim, India3 years ago

I too spotted similar moth in Gangtok in November http://indiabiodiversity.org/observation...

vijaybarve Lily moth
Lily moth commented on by vijaybarve Maharashtra, India4 years ago

Beautiful sequence, please add to IndianMoths mission too [http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/12710171]. Would love to see other moths from Indian subcontinent in this mission too.

vijaybarve Pioneer White
Pioneer White commented on by vijaybarve Punjab, India4 years ago

The hockey stick like mark is prominent.

vijaybarve Moth
Moth commented on by vijaybarve Punjab, India4 years ago

Please add to IndianMoths mission http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1271...

vijaybarve Dark Grass Blue
Dark Grass Blue commented on by vijaybarve Punjab, India4 years ago

Lovely, looks like it is laying eggs. What plan is that ?

vijaybarve Dark Grass Blue
Dark Grass Blue commented on by vijaybarve Mumbai, Maharashtra, India4 years ago

One of the Grass Blue Butterflies of family Lycaenidae

vijaybarve Carolina Mantis
Carolina Mantis commented on by vijaybarve Dayton, Ohio, USA4 years ago

They always have a curious look.

vijaybarve Common evening brown (wet form)
Common evening brown (wet form) commented on by vijaybarve Bhusawal, Maharashtra, India4 years ago

Lovely capture. Can you please move it to ButterflyIndia mission [http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/12693052]

vijaybarve Moth
Moth commented on by vijaybarve India4 years ago

Thanks Mike24. This is interesting information.
Thanks daisy4

vijaybarve Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by vijaybarve Shimoga, Karnataka, India4 years ago

Moth Cats ?