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Eucyclodes gavissima, Walker, 1861
The pattern of white zig-zag fasciae and, more distally, spots on bright green, with blackish suffusion at the costa round the forewing postmedial is distinctive.
The species is rare. Two specimens were taken at 300m in the mixed dipterocarp forest of Ulu Temburong, Brunei. (@Moths of Borneo) This photo is taken at 1305 m in the Mixed Broadleaf Tropical forest of Tsirang, Bhutan on 23rd July, 2012 by me.
Geometridae, Geometrinae, Eucyclodes gavissima Walker comb. n. Spotting for NMW 2012
Congrats Jatishwor, your moth is featured in the Project Noah blog! http://blog.projectnoah.org/post/5623943...
What a kitchy moth :)
Interesting n very beautiful!
Thanks Karel L and Ashish for ur complements and update.
Jatishwor... please update ID
Common ID- Oriental Orange banded Green Geometer moth.
A great Spotting of the Day! This moth looks like an inspiration for a Missoni print! Congrats Irungbam!
Congrats Jatishwor for honor of SOTD in Moth week...!!
Congratulations Irungbam !
Congrats! A truly wonderful spotting!!!
Thanks to all for complement.
Congratulations on SOTD and all your beautiful Bhutan spottings Jatishwor!
Absolutely beautiful! Congrats!
wow superb ! and congrats for SOTD!
Stunning moth,wonderful sighting and share. Thank you!
Congrats! Beautiful pics!
Thanks the Project Noah team for the honor ans selecting my spotting as Spotting of the day..
Spotted on Jul 23, 2012
Submitted on Jul 24, 2012
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