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Help me is not a name, neither common nor scientific. If you write this in the boxes meant for names, the computer thinks it is the correct ID and treats it as IDENTIFIED.Write this in the Notes section, please.Moth may be written in the box for common name but you have an ID suggestion. Please update using the Edit this spotting link (under the photo on your screen).Thanks...and keep posting.
Scientific name pls
I forgot to add that this spotting should be moved to the arthropods category. Arthropods are invertebrates with an exoskeleton such as insects, arachnids, crustaceans, and more. I hope once you get the map straightened out we can help you ID your beautiful moth! And once again, welcome and also great first spotting!
Welcome to Project Noah raphi4810!Please take a moment to read our FAQs (https://www.projectnoah.org/faq) and feel free to take a look around the site! To edit your spotting, click "Edit this Spotting" under your image and from there you can drag and drop the location pin to the correct location. The FAQ page also has good information on how to fill out the fields in your spotting such as what to put in the description and habitat sections. Glad to have you join us!
Spotted on Oct 13, 2019 Submitted on Oct 16, 2019