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Four O'Clock Moth

Dysphania fenestrata

Description:

Large yellow body, dark purple wings interspersed with scaleless transparent 'windows' and bright yellow spots on hindwings.

Habitat:

Tropical North Queensland

Notes:

Photographed at Paronella Park in Far North Queensland. The photos are not quite in focus, but still a beautiful moth. The Four O'Clock Moth is active during the day.

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Alex Pope
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Alex Pope

Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Feb 21, 2010
Submitted on Apr 29, 2012

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