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Yellow tussock moth

Euproctis Sp.


"Yellow tussock moth" Orden: Lepidoptera Superfamilia : Noctuoidea Familia: Erebidae Subfamilia: Lymantrinae Tribu: Lymantrini Género: Euproctis (Hübner, 1819)


Tropical wood lowlands.


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Hi Juan. It does look similar to the link you provided. First time I've seen a Euproctis with many dots at the head. That's a very lovely 2nd picture.

Juan Manuel
Juan Manuel 7 years ago

Hi, @Agnes; Actually I'm not sure that could be Euproctis, but I don't believe could belongs to Asota genus. I have uploaded a pic I made last year in the same place. In this side view the similarity with Asota dissapears. What do you think? ;) Take a look to this link:

Could this be a Snouted Tiger Moth - an Asota sp. maybe Asota caricae? Although the coloration makes me uncertain.

Juan Manuel
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Juan Manuel

Cagayan, Philippines

Spotted on May 22, 2013
Submitted on May 22, 2013

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