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Giant Silk Moth

Arsenura armida, Male


It was the perfect conditions, no rain, no low clouds, no wind...and what do I get ??? a few Moth in my Inner Garden...I did not give up...then I see a bird or bat? flying all over and all of the sudden I feel.... I scored, a giant Moth...A Giant Silk Moth, Arsenura armida (Saturniidae) or at least a Arsenura sp. (22cm-8 and a half inches- 220mm?!) For NMW 2017


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Thank you so much, Albert. I edited

AlbertKang 2 years ago

Nice find, Gilma!

You can put the species name in the Scientific name.
Saturniidae is the family they belongs to, you can put that in the description.

Alfaro, Provincia Alajuela, Costa Rica

Lat: 10.07, Long: -84.52

Spotted on Jul 24, 2017
Submitted on Jul 25, 2017

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