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Saturniid Moth

Antheraea broschi


This moth was about 10cm in wingspan. Brown, orange and red in colour. The "eyes" on the wings are see-through!!! Check out when moth is on the street and when in bushes! There are 4 "eyes". One on each of the wings.


Jungle area near Thai/ Malaysia border. Hot/ humid/


We found this moth on the street where all the cars crossed the border. It was in Malaysia :-) We picked it up gently and put it on the bushes at the side of the road where it immediately maneuvered itself INTO the bush.

1 Species ID Suggestions

bayucca 10 years ago
Antheraea broschi Antheraea broschi

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Muckpuk 10 years ago

I agree, thanks.
I am having lots of trouble manipulating the order of my photos. I am on mobile as I am traveling and I do not seem to be able to control it. :-(

bayucca 10 years ago

I would suggest that you take the last shot as #1.

bayucca 10 years ago

It is a Saturniid Moth, not a Hawk Moth. Saturniidae, Saturniinae, Antheraea broschi, male (!). Unfortunately the scalloped wings are not visible on the picture.

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Perlis, Malaysia

Spotted on Apr 15, 2012
Submitted on Apr 14, 2012

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