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I spotted this on the wall of the guesthouse at cuc phoung national park at night.
It does look like the 7th row left. I've changed it to Thalassodes sp.
Dan I find lack images of Thalassodes species where you need to collect information. Take care try to draft page on Thalassodes on Wiki
There is hugh list of Thalassodes where I feel matching. From Top first in 7th row. see black dots and antennas are similar. But no picture find. Wiki had no specie information, find specie long list on EoL.http://www.classicnatureprints.com/pr.Se...http://www.eol.org/pages/34092
I think I've found the right species. Do you agree?
Another helpful site findhttp://www.lepbarcoding.org/geometridae/...
Check Bathycolpodes sp.
Thanks. I can't find the species but I think we've narrowed it down. It's hard to see the names on the classicnatureprints.
Its a critical search on this linkhttp://www.classicnatureprints.com/pr.Se...
It does look like it could be an emerald moth. I can't find an exact match yet.
Its a Emerald moth
Spotted on Mar 19, 2010 Submitted on Apr 19, 2011
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