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Real polilla tigre / Princely tiger moth

Chrysocale principalis

Description:

No existe mucha información acerca de la descripción de esta especie. It doesn't exist information about description of this species.

Habitat:

Es originaria de México (Jalisco, Michoacán, Oaxaca y Tamaulipas) y Guatemala. Se ha registrado en ciertas partes de Texas. It is native from Mexico (Jalisco, Michoacan, Oaxaca and Tamaulipas) and Guatemala. It has been recorded in some parts of Texas.

Notes:

Colección del Dr. Eric Van Den Berghe. Insectario de la EAP Zamorano. Extra: Al no existir suficiente información acerca de la descripción de esta especie, solicitamos de manera muy comedida, el amable apoyo de los visitantes para poder ampliar la información de este bello espécimen. Muchas gracias. In the absence of sufficient information about the description of this species, we ask very restrained way, the kind support of visitors to expand the information of this beautiful specimen. Thank you very much.

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2 Comments

Rommel Muñoz
Rommel Muñoz 6 years ago

Leuba, thanks for the advice but I have participated in the collection of several of this specimens with Dr. Van Den Berghe, and we have the permission to post some of this species on Project Noah. He is aware of the project but matter of time, he can't participate on this activity. The owner of the collection is Dr. Eric Van Den Berghe, and he collected this species in the class of Biodiversity with the support of the students, and I include myself and my classmates.
I hope I can answer your doubt. Thank you anyway.

Leuba Ridgway
Leuba Ridgway 6 years ago

Rommel, you have posted at least 5 specimens from Dr Van den Berghe's collection on Project Noah, requesting information. If these have not been collected/mounted by you for the collection, then they should not be posted on Project Noah. It would be better if you used FaceBook for this. On Project Noah postings should be your own spottings or someone else's if you have their permission to do so. If they are not yours, please remove them. Thank you.

Rommel Muñoz
Spotted by
Rommel Muñoz

Francisco Morazán, Honduras

Spotted on Jul 27, 2015
Submitted on Jul 27, 2015

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