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Hemerophila xutholopa Day Moth

Hemerophila xutholopa

Description:

Very tiny Moth with green eyes and very colorful wings.

Notes:

This spotting was in "National Geographic, Great Nature Project, Daily Pics" on August, 2014.

1 Species ID Suggestions

Maniacval
Maniacval 6 years ago
Hemerophila xutholopa
Hemerophila xutholopa BOLD Systems: Management & Analysis - Public Data Portal - BIN Page


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9 Comments

Thank you Pam, I notice you have had some gorgeous sighting in Uganda yourself.... : )

Nice, that is much better. How do you know all this Albert?

pamsai
pamsai 6 years ago

Lovely moth, Gilma...

AlbertKang
AlbertKang 6 years ago

Recently, they have made some changes.
When your spotting/photo is selected, they will notify you before posting it and will credit your photo to your username in PN.

Thank you, AlbertKang, I did see my picture there it is nice that it was in "National Geographic, Great Nature Project, Daily Pics" It would have been nice if I knew about it and if my name was there.... : (

AlbertKang
AlbertKang 6 years ago

Check out their website :
http://www.greatnatureproject.org/collec...

Scroll down and looks for - Great Nature Project Daily Pics
At the moment, you should be able to see your Pic on the right ;)

Really? How do I see it? I had no idea it was there!!

AlbertKang
AlbertKang 6 years ago

@Gilma, saw this post on Great Nature Project Daily Pics, Congrats!

Thank you so much for the ID, Manval.
I can not find much information on this cutie besides BOLD!?

Alajuela, Costa Rica

Spotted on Jul 2, 2014
Submitted on Jul 3, 2014

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