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Lichen moth

Cyana peregrina (Walker, 1854)

Description:

Length: ~0.8cm Season : Winter season Time : 10:15pm 25Dec2021 Frequency : Very Rare Life stage : Adult Gender : Female (single black spot at the coastal region on both Forewings)

Habitat:

Spotted inside the car parking very close to open abandoned area with lot of plants.

Notes:

It must be Lichen moth (Cyana perornata). Ref https://www.mothsofindia.org/#!/sp/35814.... Needs confirmation from community.

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2 Comments

m.prasad.369
m.prasad.369 4 months ago

Thank you ashimgogoi.ag and Ornithoptera80! :)
It matches well with C.peregrina.
C.perornata has fire pattern at wing edges. So, this doesn't match.
C.puella has wavy pattern at the 1st band. So, this doesn't match.

By referring below link, this seems Female (
https://www.mothsofindia.org/#!/sp/35496...).

ashimgogoi.ag
ashimgogoi.ag 4 months ago

Cyana puella i think

m.prasad.369
Spotted by
m.prasad.369

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Spotted on Dec 25, 2021
Submitted on Dec 26, 2021

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