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thkyu chief :)
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Ashik, dont give the suggestion to your own spotting. If u know about the ID, then update it in the corresponding fields..:-)
any1 ID pls!!
It seems a planthopper.
Yes, I agree, Jack was faster I was commenting in the species blog ;-)... I think it is a flatid planthopper.
Based on the wing venation and the antennae, I say this is one of the hoppers (Order Hemiptera), not a moth.
Spotted on May 24, 2012 Submitted on May 24, 2012
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