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A 'T' shaped moth.


Light lamps at night.


Its unique shape draw my attention. I saw it a few days ago, from a distance, for the first time, and then thought that I it's shape was not what I had seen. Then I saw it again yesterday. There were four of them. And it was a T shape.

1 Species ID Suggestions

MartinL 9 years ago
Phazaca leucocera Epipleminae

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KarenL 9 years ago

Weirdly beautiful!

Harsha Singh
Harsha Singh 9 years ago

Thanks argybee. My pleasure Leuba. :)

Leuba Ridgway
Leuba Ridgway 9 years ago

how interesting - thanks for the post Harsha ..

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 9 years ago

Incredible! Great find.

Harsha Singh
Harsha Singh 9 years ago

that's an interesting piece of information. thanks martinl.

MartinL 9 years ago

It is not a plume moth but in the Uraniidae group. I believe this is a similar moth but they roll their wings up to look like a twig.

Harsha Singh
Harsha Singh 9 years ago

Thanks asergio.

Sergio Monteiro
Sergio Monteiro 9 years ago

WOW !!!

Harsha Singh
Harsha Singh 9 years ago

Thanks Cindy.

CindyBinghamKeiser 9 years ago

Interesting! Nice spotting.

Harsha Singh
Spotted by
Harsha Singh

Himachal Pradesh, India

Spotted on Oct 24, 2011
Submitted on Oct 24, 2011

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