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The Cricula Silkmoth (Female)

Cricula trifenestrata


Size (length x breadth) was 23.0-25.0 mm x 30.0-34.0 mm in male and 33.0-35.0 mm x 73.0-75.0 mm in female. Similar observation was also reported earlier (Rono et al. 2008). The wingspan in male moth varies from 165.0 190.0 mm and female 180.0 - 195.0 mm (Tikader et al. 2014).


Ranges from the lowland to highland.


Adults are on wing from May to June with a possible second brood from August to September.

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Dirga SP
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Dirga SP

Jawa Barat, Indonesia

Spotted on Apr 28, 2014
Submitted on Apr 30, 2016

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