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Impatiens Hawk Moth

Theretra oldenlandiae

Description:

February 18, caterpillar found. February 26, the caterpillar turns into a cocoon. March 9, pupae hatch into moths.

7 Comments

DyahPitaloca
DyahPitaloca 8 years ago

Well, thank you S Frazier. I will complete the description, and apologize for the shortcomings.

Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 8 years ago

Great. I see from your other spotting that the caterpillar was spotted on February 20. Please add this information and the date the pupa was spotted to the description. This question came up because, as is, the spotting implies everything was spotted at the same time which of course can't be the case. We encourage spotters to add information to the spotting fields provided. Please see the advice "What should I add to my spotting?" AND "What do I put in the fields?" under the site's FAQs available here http://www.projectnoah.org/faq and at the bottom of every web page. Terima kasih banyak!

DyahPitaloca
DyahPitaloca 8 years ago

NuwanChathuranga, thanks for your reference.

DyahPitaloca
DyahPitaloca 8 years ago

S Frazier, I am not sure of the name of this species. But, of course this one species (same individual), because I keep it from caterpillar to cocoon into moth.

Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 8 years ago

But are they the same individual (definition of a spotting)...

NuwanChathuranga
NuwanChathuranga 8 years ago

i think all images are belongs to the same species
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:T...

Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 8 years ago

Are these all the same individual?

DyahPitaloca
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DyahPitaloca

Indonesia

Spotted on Mar 9, 2013
Submitted on Mar 9, 2013

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