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Polytela gloriosae (Fabricius, 1775) Noctuidae, Hadeninae, Glottulini
wow, stunning Moth !! Very nice series.. :)
Thanks ConorSheaWing :-)
Now that is a cool moth.
Thanks Vijay, Thanks Vipin :-)
What a beautiful moth. A very educative series of photographs. :-)
Beautiful sequence, please add to IndianMoths mission too [http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/12710171]. Would love to see other moths from Indian subcontinent in this mission too.
Thanks injica and bherath20 :-)
wow this one is really amazing .......
Wow absolutely beautiful :)
'Dabang' Satyen sir!!!
ThankYou very much Satyen.... :-)
Hi Yogesh,I just received a mail from Mr. Nikola stating that he has removed the post. I have checked it and it is gone.
Thanks, Karen,Satyen,Ashish,bayucca and Leana.....thanks for your valuable help :-)
I have emailed the site concerned & requested the immediate removal of the image & any others copied from PN users.
Right bayucca, Mr. Nikola is not into moths... :(
Mr. Nikola seems not to be the type to take pictures of moths... Strange that somebody from tumblr is complaining about ©... Usually it might be the other way round...
I think it is the same pic. I have written to Mr. Nikola.
Yogesh you have complaint to Project Noah team and the Tumbler administrator for the copyright breach case.... You have to prove it is your picture....
http://nikolawashere.tumblr.com/post/307... This is same as mine?????/
Thanks Adarsha.. :-)
Very beautiful! Awesome spotting!
Thanks Guys....... 102 fevorites..... :-) :-) :-)
Thanks for nice comments...... namitha,hanno,LiosStacey,mellcarroll,ForestDragon,Gilma and Ashish.... :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-)
This specie recorded on Glory Lily vine plant as host plant study so named after it.
Lat: 19.88, Long: 72.69
Spotted on Jul 9, 2012 Submitted on Jul 10, 2012
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