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Moth called Harry.

I call it Harry.

Description:

This moth I caught in my kitchen looks cool. It has a red patch on its back, shaped like a diamond, but it's not furry like the rest of its body. He looks like a mix of a butterfly and a moth, with butterfly looking wings under moth looking wings. I caught him in a jar, because I was perplexed by its size and complex pattern. I don't know what species it is or what it eats, but I want to keep it alive for a little while. Can anyone maybe tell me what species Harry the moth is? Thank you! :)

Habitat:

It lived in my kitchen for god knows how long.

Notes:

It's named Harry after the moth that TheOdd1sOut found.

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1 Comment

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Zuid-Holland, Netherlands

Spotted on Jun 3, 2018
Submitted on Jun 3, 2018

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