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Atlas Moth

Attacus Atlas

Description:

Attacus Atlas

Notes:

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attacus_a...


1 Species ID Suggestions

Hercules Moth (female)
Coscinocera hercules Coscinocera hercules


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7 Comments

chachikillsjim
chachikillsjim 8 years ago

Wow! That things almost scary it's so big.

lori.tas
lori.tas 8 years ago

Hey Christtoph, once your spotting has been identified, you need to update your spotting. Just above your photo is "Edit this spotting" click on that and you can edit all of the fields. Shelly gave you the wikipedia link, so you can copy and paste that into the "Reference URL" field.

Welcome.

christtoph
christtoph 8 years ago

Thanx Shelley...that's the one!

christtoph
christtoph 8 years ago

Hey that's so cool you all help to identify...my 1st time in Noah ...love it

LindsyCarranza
LindsyCarranza 8 years ago

Wow that's HUGE!

JakeStephenson
JakeStephenson 8 years ago

Maybe a Hercules Moth? one of the largest moths in the world!

Carolina
Carolina 8 years ago

Wow that is a big butterfly.

christtoph
Spotted by
christtoph

Singapore

Lat: 1.32, Long: 103.75

Spotted on Apr 13, 2011
Submitted on Apr 13, 2011

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