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This is really quite amazing !
I was unable to find a species which had four definitively dark lines on the forewing. Many of them had the third line down from the top faded.
w o w !!!!!
That's a moth!?! Amazing!!!
Wow pretty impressive :) That guy is a great actor!
Shares a lot of similarities with Arguda insulindiana. Could this be a Lasiocampidae species?
Congratulations Eduardo, this awesome moth has been chosen to represent South America in the blog today! http://blog.projectnoah.org/
Aqui está o link para a missão: http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8841...
Que mariposa fantástica, Eduardo. Por favor, coloque-a também na missão "Moths of the world - National moth week".
wow wee! wonderful!
I had thought this was a photo of a leaf as I scrolled though the list, only to later glimpse the name! I'm astounded by this beautiful creature. Nature is always bound to surprise us. Great shot!
What a fantastic moth and photo! Wonderful!
I love mimicry! Very nice spotting!
Found this but it didn't take me to a species name. http://www.insects.org/images/entophiles...It looks like they made an error when doing this Mothhttp://www.insects.org/blog/page/19
incredible. I thought it was a real leaf.
Spotted on Nov 20, 2010 Submitted on Jul 20, 2012
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