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Description:

Sorry for the lighting, but this time I was caught totally off guard. This small moth (about 1 cm) came into my house at night. I photographed her almost without leaving the comfort of my couch! Usually happen to me... :)

Habitat:

MG, Brazil's interior.

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7 Comments

Leonardo Castro
Leonardo Castro 7 years ago

Thank you, Erik!

JumpingSpider22
JumpingSpider22 7 years ago

amazing!

Leonardo Castro
Leonardo Castro 7 years ago

Thanks for the tip, Chamalka! In fact it is almost perfectly identical, but the geography does not match. I don't know, but I suspect they are different species...

Chamalka Dulmini
Chamalka Dulmini 7 years ago

Smaller Parasa Moth.
But it is found in North America!

Leonardo Castro
Leonardo Castro 7 years ago

Thank you so much, Jennifer and bayucca. I will check it out now! ;)

bayucca
bayucca 7 years ago

I agree with Limacodidae and Parasa sp., but not Parasa chloris, this is not found in Brazil.

Smaller Parasa Moth, slug caterpillar moth.

Leonardo Castro
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Leonardo Castro

MG, Brazil

Spotted on Sep 18, 2013
Submitted on Oct 12, 2013

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