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I was delighted by this very cute moth's visit to my room last night. What I found most incredible about this beautiful guest is that the black spots AREN'T distributed symmetrically on the two wings!

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Any help with the ID will be appreciated.

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4 Comments

Rahul Upadhyay
Rahul Upadhyay 6 years ago

Hello dcslaugh, nice to have you!! Glad that you liked the line. Yes, we are! Thanks for the appreciation.
Nature is always beautiful and is never short of miracles to amaze us!
:):)

Rahul Upadhyay
Rahul Upadhyay 6 years ago

Thanks, Sukanya, for the help. It matters a lot. The genus contains many moths sharing a very similar morphology with this one. Wish it gets identified soon. :):)

dcslaugh
dcslaugh 6 years ago

In response to the statement on your profile page, Yes, we are all a family! And nice peacock eye profile photo!

SukanyaDatta
SukanyaDatta 6 years ago

I saw a similar (not identical) species in Sikkim recently; nearest lookalikes (for both the Sikkim and the Kerala moths are Buff Ermine moths...Spilosoma sp. Similar not exact matches, though. I am still looking. Sorry, this is the nearest I have got. PN has a Kerala moth mission. Good luck with your ID.

Rahul Upadhyay
Spotted by
Rahul Upadhyay

Kerala, India

Spotted on Nov 8, 2015
Submitted on Nov 9, 2015

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