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Polilla (hembra) de la familia Saturniidae.
Autor de la foto: Billo Zamudio Palestino.
:0 woow! That's amazing! Thank you so much again @bayucca and a lot of thanks to Dr. Ronald Brechlin :) thank you thank you!
Billo, it IS actually Arsenura arianae, female, confirmed directly by Dr. Ronald Brechlin from Germany. He himself described it (Brechlin & Meister 2010)!! So we got a confirmation by a Master expert!http://www.insecta-web.org/cgi-bin/MWM/l...Many thanks Ronald for the ID help, much appreciated!
I have the caterpillar too >___< @bayucca!
>__< thank you so much @bayucca! :) ....I need help with this one :C please! (http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/820...) moth?
Saturniidae, Arsenurinae, Arsenura sp. and looks like being Arsenura armida or Arsenura arianae. I try to get closer...http://www.silkmoths.bizland.com/kwaarmi...http://www.boldsystems.org/index.php/Tax...http://new.esperanzainsects.com/specimen...
Aww muchas gracias! @LaurenZarate n__n, me tome unas pequeñas vacaciones jaja. Muchas gracias por la información, saludos!
Very beautiful Billo! Looks like a Silk Moth (Saturniidae). I've never seen this one before. Glad you are back, I was missing you!
Spotted on Jun 19, 2014 Submitted on Aug 2, 2014