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Asota sp (Erebidae, Aganainae)
Orange moth with a wingspan of about 5 cm.
Nocturnal, size 4 cm.
Arctiinae, Aganainae, Asota heliconia
With a wingspan of about 5 to 6 cm.
Orange intends lights armyworm, Asota egens ...
Moth is found (dead) on the floor and was preserved.
About 40mm wingspan.
Spotted on a white wall
Subspecies of Asota heliconia occuring in ...
This beautiful moth just flew right into my table yesterday !
about 3cm in length.
Kanneliya Rain forest
think the white eyes on each wing differentiate it from