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Clearwing Wasp Moth

Syntomoides imaon


very unique. . .


when I use my computer okay??? savy???

bayucca 7 years ago

This time you can believe me ;-)! Take a look at my suggestion above and compare the pictures in my links with yours and you will not see any differencies. Than you take this one: and compare with yours and you will see the differencies on the body and the wings. There are indeed many similar looking ones around.

there are yellow banded an black banded which r similar. . . so which is right???

bayucca 7 years ago

I believe you that you took this picture on your balcony, but it is not Syntomeida ipomoeae, but Syntomoides imaon.

what???? I clicked it on my balcony here in nepal

bayucca 7 years ago

Erebidae, Arctiinae, Ctenuchini, Syntomoides imaon.
Careful! The text is OK, but the picture is wrong!!
Syntomeida ipomoeae is an US species and not found in Nepal.

Madhyamanchal, Nepal

Spotted on Oct 15, 2013
Submitted on Oct 15, 2013

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