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white antenna wasp moth

Amata nigriceps


This moth has the black hairy thorax, orange head with black eyes. Its wings are black with translucent yellow-orange spots. It has black and orange-yellow bands on its body. Notice its antenna have the white tip. source:


I found these mating in my mother's garden. I wonder which is male and which is female?

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Lat: 14.66, Long: 121.07

Spotted on Sep 10, 2011
Submitted on Sep 12, 2011

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