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Striking moth as in the photo. The red eye I think significany but the coloring is also distinctive.


Remote rain forest area ta around 2330 m.


Because of the lack of lights in the area, those at the lodge attracted large numbers of nocturnal moths.

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Les Catchick
Les Catchick a year ago

Thank you.
I thought it would be obvious to someone as it is very distinctive and I don't think rare.

IrinaSh a year ago

Striking moth !

Les Catchick
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Les Catchick

Barranca, Loreto, Peru

Spotted on Oct 1, 2018
Submitted on Dec 12, 2018

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