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Thanks AshishNimkar.. It is great to find an ID for the animals.
This is what referred by Wiki...http://web.archive.org/web/2008080323001...May help you in future...
Hi Lori got it accurately...I was trying with suspect of Geometridae... but not able find sub family Oenochrominae where this moth is classified. Bugguide not included this subfamily.
Thanks lori.tas.. and AshishNimkar!
It's a male, which you can tell from the large fuzzy antennae. Females have slender antennae.
@ AshishNimkar .. It looks like a Eudocima but I have not found with one?!?
Thanks AshishNimkar .. I have to look into it!
I feel its one of following genushttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eudocima
Also known as Underwing moth..spectacular contrast between over and under wings..!!
Spotted on Jul 12, 2011 Submitted on Jul 19, 2011
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