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Yes, could really be a Dysaethria sp., but I must admit, I am not so familiar with this family...
i go with Dysaethria sp.
Thanx for the suggestion Bayucca..Can't it be a Dysaethria sp.?
Uraniidae, Epipleminae, looks like being a Phazaca sp. or a Dysaethria sp.?? About the genus I am not sure, maybe Nuwan and Irungbam might help out...Other candidates: Monobolodes sp.?http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/uranii...
Spotted on Sep 25, 2013 Submitted on Sep 25, 2013