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Yam Hawk Moth

Theretra nessus albata


A very widespread species, found in most parts of Asia; Nepal to South Korea to Indonesia and to the Pacific Island including Oahu (Hawaii) to Australia and in this instance, Fiji.


A sub-species was described from Fiji - Theretra nessus albata in 2003, and this being spotted in Fiji, could possibly be this sub-species.

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Central, Fiji

Lat: -18.13, Long: 178.15

Spotted on Sep 27, 2018
Submitted on Jul 20, 2019

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