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I gound this specimen in a region of transition between the Cerrado and Atlantic Florest.
I don't have sure if the moth lost the wings (in a ant attack or other someway) or the wings are this way for some reason. And, when I touched (to have sure if live), the moth released a jet of white liquid, as a defense form. Look that have a "Turtle Ant" ("Cephalotes sp.") near the anthenna on first photo.