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Bald Tussock Moth

Nygmia fumosa

Description:

A female Nygmia fumosa (confirmed by Roger Kendrick), looks very similar to N. semifumosa. These type of moths are always seen with a bald patch on their thorax. Dark rusty brown in color. A black dot on each of it's wings. Medium-sized.

Habitat:

Kundasang forests, Sabah, Malaysia.

Notes:

>>>Map accuracy : 10m diameter.

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ChunXingWong
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ChunXingWong

Sabah, Malaysia

Spotted on Dec 13, 2009
Submitted on Sep 30, 2012

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