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Apatalodes cf. pandarioides


Is it, Apatalodes pandarioides? I thought it was a Sphinx....


Gallery Forest. 900 Meters-3000 feet above sea level, next to Tanaka National Park, a Pasture , and in a Garden with Endemic trees, plants and flowers of Costa Rica.

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Thank you so much bayucca...this moth have me really confused...

bayucca a year ago

Apatalodes for sure, but not really sure if it is really Apatalodes pandarioides. There are several others, identical looking ones around. I have no clue to separate them. Maybe Apatalodes cf. pandarioides would be a compromise at the moment until we know more about it.

I find one exactly like mine and it is called: Bombycidae, Apatelodinae, Apatalodes pandarioides...I just do not think it is a reliable source??

Alfaro, Provincia Alajuela, Costa Rica

Spotted on May 15, 2018
Submitted on Jul 30, 2018

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