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Pyraloidea or Tortricidae

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Thank you Bayucca for this valuable information and Jemma thank you too for your support. I would like to keep this spotting under the names you suggested till we come to know about it. Thank you Jemma and Bayucca.

Hema 6 years ago

Chief. I agree with Bayucca!

bayucca 6 years ago

Chief, I think this is a moth if you look at the antennae (or the shadows). Looks like some of the micromoths, might be a Pyraloidea or Tortricidae???

Kerala, India

Spotted on Jul 8, 2012
Submitted on Jul 3, 2013

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