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About 2 cm, brown wings with transparent marks..
I have been looking for a while and come up empty.What do you think about exchanging out amata images and see what we have in common? My email is:email@example.comDave
Hmm.. yes, i think this is the same as yours.. just hope we will find the ID soon :)
I could not say for certain, but I think the size is largely dependent on how well they fed as larva. I know this is true for the solitary wasps.The amata that I spotted was not noticeably BIG, but the markings on the body and wings look identical to yours.
Isn't it? I also have some pics of Amata, but this one is bigger than the others.. much bigger..
I have several images of this amata sp. but have never found any images on the web, other than yours. Hardly surprising as we are based in the same city. I suspect that this is a local sub species. I guess we will never know.Dave
Beautiful moth Jason. Glad you checked out my photos today. I checked out your photos and they are wonderful. Can't wait to see what you have in the future.
Spotted on Aug 21, 2013 Submitted on Aug 21, 2013