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Thanks again Michael! Thank you Sergio and Leuba!
Lovely moth - Congratulations Satyen !
Congratulations Satyen, well deserved, as always.
Congrats on SOTD !! Wonderful Moth :)
Thank you Michael, Dawn, Daniele again for the SOTD, Antonio and Mark :-D
Congrats Satyen. Good one for Feb14.
Beautiful find Satyen,congrats on the well deserved SOTD and thanks for sharing :-)
Such a neat moth and great composition! Congratulations Satyen, this moth is our Spotting of the Day:"What's not to love about a heart-shaped moth? Diduga flavicostata is our Spotting of the Day! This moth in the family Erebidae is found in south and southeast Asia, Japan and Australia. It has a wavy pale yellow border speckled with dark dots. This moth was first described as Pitane flavicostata in 1878 by Dutch entomologist Pieter Cornelius Tobias Snellen. His original drawing for this moth with wings open can be seen here: https://buff.ly/2DkgkGU "Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/projectnoah/pho...Twitter:https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/1...
It's a beautiful moth!
Very nice find, never seen such a shape in a month! Awsome!
Thank you Daniele! Always a pleasure visiting PN. This is my favourite community :-)
Can't thing of something nicer than a heart-shaped moth! Great shot. Thanks for visiting Satyen ;-)
Lat: 19.44, Long: 75.28
Spotted on Dec 24, 2018 Submitted on Jan 16, 2019
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