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Tussock Moth

Arctornis plumbacea


This is a Tussock Moth that i found on the wall of my house. It is greyish brown in color, and have a weird antennae. The body length of this moth is about 15 mm.


- Spotted on the wall of my house. Usually, it can be found around the house especially near the light sources.


- This is a type of moth from family Lymantriidae. It is attracted to the light (possibly a nocturnal insect). Thanks to Psyche (Dr. Seow) for the ID.

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Spotted on Dec 13, 2013
Submitted on Dec 15, 2013

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