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Achaea Serva

Achaea Serva


This species has a wingspan of 70-82 mm for the males and 62–80 mm for the females.[2] Pale medial band on hindwing is less prominent. The forewing underside is more diffusely marked and less strongly variegated, but has a discal lunule.[3] Caterpillars are brown in color. First pair of prolegs is atrophied, so they move in a looper fashion. Tail consists of a small pair of horns.[4]


Urban, Light spot, Busk


This insect is found flew near the lights then fell.

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Tunjung Seto
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Tunjung Seto

Jawa Tengah, Indonesia

Spotted on Mar 7, 2016
Submitted on Mar 7, 2016

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